Salon.com: Hostess is moving ahead with plans to sell its famous other snack cakes after nobody stepped forward to top an offer made by two investment firms.
Atlantic.com: Chinese property tycoon Zhang Xin is setting her sights on the historic General Motors building in New York.
Wired: Mike Mika hacked Nintendo's Donkey Kong game so his 3-year-old daughter could play as the female character Pauline.
Bloomberg.com: Job growth grew last month as automakers, builders and retailers pushed the unemployment rate to a four-year low.
BBC.com: Heart scans of mummies reveal clogged arteries, researchers say.
NY Daily News: A Humane Society probe found that Marc Jacobs 'faux fur' jackets actually contain dog hair.
Motorola Mobility unit is to shed another 1,200 jobs or 10 percent of its workforce as the smartphone maker tries to return to profitability.
CNN.com: Heat spikes in last century are unprecedented, a new study says.
The Washington Post: President Obama signed into law an expanded Violence Against Women Act. It provides more anti-domestic violence resources to gays and more authority to American Indian courts.
USA Today: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed changes to the company's News Feed.
CBSnews.com: Hillary Clinton and Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J., may be their respective parties' strongest candidates in 2016, according to a new poll.
CNN.com: There are many uncertainties surrounding Hugo Chavez's successor in Venezuela, but the price of gas will remain just a few cents a gallon.
LA Times: Time Warner is spinning off its magazine unit Time Inc. into a separate, publicly traded company.