From the Wires

Effects of childhood bullying last a lifetime

BBC: Researchers found that bullied children still experience negative effects on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later.

Scientists make first embryo clones from adults

WSJ: For the first time scientists have cloned cells from two adults to create early-stage embryos.

Man urinates in reservoir, ruins 38M gallons of water

USA Today: Portland water officials discarded 38 million gallons of drinking water after security footage revealed a 19-year-old urinating into one of the city's reservoirs.

Recreational marijuana use linked to brain changes

USA Today: A new study reports using marijuana a few times per week is enough to physically alter critical brain structures.

Former NYC mayor announces $50M gun law election push

BBC: Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will spend the money to build support for stricter gun laws across the United States.

U.S. consumer inflation rises: higher food, rent costs

Reuters: The Labor Department said its Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.2% in March.

U.S. Airways apologizes for tweeting explicit image

BBC: The airline responded to a customer complaint with a pornographic image from its official Twitter account.

Bubba Watson wins second Masters Tournament

CBS: Bubba Watson won the 2014 Masters Tournament by a three-stroke margin.

Excessive TV linked to poorer sleep in children

Forbes: A study showed that for every extra hour of TV children watched, they tended to sleep seven minutes less per night (on average).

Obama names new U.S. health secretary

CNN: President Obama bid farewell to Kathleen Sebelius and named Sylvia Mathews Burwell as her successor.

Google Glass on sale for one day

BBC: Google Glass will be sold to the U.S. public for one day, April 15.

U.S. jobless claims at lowest since 2007

Bloomberg: The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to 300,000, the lowest since May 2007.

U.S. bacon prices rise

Associated Press: A virus has killed millions of baby pigs in less than a year, threatening pork production and increasing prices by 10% or more.