Reuters: China led a rise in global carbon dioxide emissions to a record high in 2012, more than offsetting falls in the United States and Europe.
Salon.com: Female officers say inmates did unspeakable acts of sex harassment, and brass ignored it.
CNN.com: Edward Snowden, the man behind one of the biggest leaks in the history of U.S. intelligence, is a former technical assistant for the CIA.
Reuters: President Barack Obama on Friday defended U.S. government programs conducting surveillance of Americans' phone and Internet activity.
CNN: Vladimir Putin's nearly 30-year marriage has ended, the Russian president and his wife told state-run television in a joint interview.
AP: Target Corp. is planning a new organic and natural store brand as it works to rev up its grocery business.
USA Today: Microsoft orchestrated the bust-up of another botnet operation that stole $500 million.
CBSnews: The National Security Agency currently is collecting the telephone records of millions of U.S. customers of Verizon under a top secret court order, according to British newspaper, The Guardian.
Salon.com: Memoir reveals Navy SEAL Kristen Beck's, formerly Chris Beck, transition from male to female.
Reuters: Amazon.com is planning a major roll-out of an online grocery business called AmazonFresh that has been in the works for years.
CBSnews: A collection of photographs were sold at London auction, with 18 of them getting a lot of attention because of who was behind the lens: a chimp.
Salon.com: Alabama high school graduate Chelsey Ramer was fined $1,ooo and denied her diploma and transcripts after wearing an eagle feather.
LA Times: Lululemon Athletica is bringing back its black yoga pants after rigorous testing for sheerness.