From the Wires

New Twinkies have fewer calories

USA Today: Twinkies are back, but at a lower weight and calorie count.

How 'Glee' will continue without star

Foxnews: Cory Monteith the actor was found dead in a Vancouver hotel on Saturday.

Thousands protest Zimmerman verdict

Reuters: Thousands of demonstrators demanding "Justice for Trayvon" marched in major cities across the United States on Sunday to protest the acquittal of George Zimmerman.

Facebook games stronger than ever

CNET: Facebook's games business is doing better than ever, despite dissolving a relationship with Zynga.

Snowden seeks asylum in Russia

USAToday: NSA leaker wants to stay temporarily in Russia until he can travel to Latin America.

Internet is destroying work

Salon.com: The new economy is turning human labor into just another computer process -- and will keep wrecking jobs.

"Deep blue" planet is no Earth

USA Today: Astronomers analyzing data from the Hubble telescope say a blue planet in a nearby solar system shares little else with Earth besides color.

Study: men get 'wasted,' women are 'tipsy'

CBSnews: Intoxicated men seem more likely to be described by others in exaggerated drunk terms, while people tend to downplay how intoxicated females actually are.

9/11 prisoner asked to design vacuum cleaner

BBC: The alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, reportedly asked his CIA captors if he could design a vacuum cleaner.

Employers increasingly offering pet insurance

Yahoo: U.S. employers are offering subsidized pet insurance as a perk to workers.

Tribune splitting newspapers, broadcasting

Chicago Tribune: Tribune Co. will split off its publishing business into a separate company, one week after announcing a deal to buy 19 television stations.

Apple conspired to raise price of ebooks

Reuters: A federal judge ruled that the company conspired with five major publishers to raise the retail prices of e-books.

Map: which countries pay the most bribes

BBC: One person in four has paid a bribe to a public body in the last year, according to a survey carried out in 95 countries by Transparency International.