USA Today: The governor says he will sign the bill drawn up by a bipartisan panel and which is now headed for the state house or representatives.
Reuters: Genetic sequence data on a deadly strain of bird flu show the virus has already acquired some mutations that might make it more likely to cause a human pandemic.
Salon.com: The "Two and a Half Men" star and tech investor seeks Columbia English majors to staff a new company.
The Wall Street Journal: The SEC has ruled that publicly held companies may use social media sites to communicate with investors in lieu of news releases and websites as long as they inform them ahead of time.
Washington Post: A group sponsored by the National Rifle Association issued a report calling for an armed security guard at every school in the country.
BBC: The rate of unemployment in the eurozone has hit 12%, official figures have shown.
NYTimes: Nearly one in five high school-aged boys has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
ABC News: It has become somewhat of a tradition for tech companies to publish jokes for April 1.
TheAtlantic: In an effort to get rid of rats infesting the subway, transit officials will test pesticide containing birth control drug.
CNN.com: Fears that a white supremacist gang or someone else is targeting Texas law enforcement officials spread Monday to Houston.
ABC: The Tulsa Health Department is warning 7,000 patients of a local dentist's office that they may have contracted HIV, hepatitis B or hepatitis C from poor sterilization.
Bloomberg: Payrolls grew in 42 states in February, and the unemployment rate fell in 22.
Sun Times: Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg told a group of students that it's OK to be uncool in high school.