BBC: Scientists examined DNA from 40 ancient skeletons in Central Europe to gain new insights into the populations that formed the modern Europe.
New York Times: Israel's senior military intelligence analyst says that Syria has repeatedly used chemical weapons in the last month.
CBSnews: Movies about the Titanic often feature a poignant musisc scene and now the real band leader's violin could go up for auction.
Reuters: Netflix Inc shares shot up 24 percent on Tuesday to their highest level since September 2011
Space Industry News: NASA and Bigelow Aerospace are in the planning phases for a moon base.
Salon.com: Moving beyond cookies, the Girl Scouts have set their sights on closing the gender gap in the gaming industry.
CBSnews: The surviving Boston bombing suspect is conscious and responding in writing to authorities.
Fox: An Oregon judge held a juror in contempt for texting during video evidence in an armed-robbery trial.
AP: Parts of the Midwest were soaked by heavy rains this week, with some towns hurriedly building sandbag levees to protect homes and businesses.
NBC.com: Boston and its suburbs, universities and transit system were on total lockdown Friday as police hunted for marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- on the loose after his accomplice brother was killed
Pentagon Post: Google is working to increase Chrome browser use for businesses.
WSJ.com: The world’s poorest people are now concentrated most heavily in Sub-Saharan Africa.
AP: Lance Armstrong’s former team manager believes cycling has entered a new era after months of controversy caused by the disgraced former seven-time Tour de France winner.