From the Wires

Portland the go-to destination for gay surrogacy

Queerty: Portland has become the go-to destination for same-sex couples around the world because of its gay-friendly surrogacy options.

Barbara Walters retiring

Reuters: The first woman to co-anchor a U.S. evening news program plans to announce her retirement on "The View" on Monday.

Eating bugs could help feed the world The United Nations says eating insects may combat global hunger and boost health worldwide by reducing malnutrition and even air pollution.

IRS apologizes for targeting conservative groups

AP: The Internal Revenue Service is apologizing for inappropriately flagging conservative political groups for additional reviews during the 2012 election.

Tiger moms turning kids into robots Author of "Tiger Babies Strike Back" argues against parents who demand perfection in school and extracurricular activities  from their kids.

Pet ownership literally good for the heart

REUTERS: A scientific statement released by the American Heart Association links having a pet with lower rates of obesity, cholesterol and high blood pressure, and says it may help lower the risk of heart disease.

Tesla Model S ties highest ever Consumer Reports rating

LA Times: The Tesla Model S received a 99 of 100 rating from Consumer Reports.

Stephen Hawking backs boycott of Israeli academics British physicist Stephen Hawking has dropped plans to attend a major international conference in Israel in June.

Cyber-thieves commit 'biggest bank heist in history'

Reuters:  The U.S. government charged eight individuals with stealing debit card data from two Middle Eastern banks in a scheme that prosecutors said netted $45 million in a matter of hours.

Boston will not accept suspect's body

Boston Globe: Boston's Mayor said he will not allow the body of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev to be buried in the city.

Passengers prompt diversion of Southwest Airlines flight A Southwest Airlines flight from Orlando to Providence made an unscheduled stop in South Carolina.

Gov. Christie diets for family, not politics

CNN.COM: Chris Christie says it was family rather than presidential politics that convinced him to undergo weight-reduction surgery.

The food truck business stinks

New York Times: "Despite the inherent attractiveness of cute trucks and clever food options, the [foodcart] business stinks."