The Guardian: A study in the U.K. found that certain pesticides disrupt bees' learning to associate particular scents with food.
The Atlantic: Space Adventures co-founder Eric Anderson says that mining resources from asteroids could help reduce the cost of transportation into space.
TheAtlantic.com: The long shadow of March mayhem, from ancient Greek festivals to white Florida beaches — and into local tax coffers.
CNN.com: The India-based advertising agency that created artwork of women tied up in the back of a Ford has sacked some of the employees responsible for the images.
USA Today: A private capsule carrying equipment and experiments returned to the Pacific Ocean after a 23-day round trip to the International Space Station.
AP: Supporters and opponents of gay marriage rallied in front of the U.S. Supreme Court as the justices began the first day of arguments in gay marriage cases.
Yahoonews.com: Italy's highest criminal court ordered a new trial for Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend on Tuesday, overturning their acquittals in the slaying of her British roommate.
Wall Street Journal: Dell received two alternative takeover proposals, from Carl Icahn and Blackstone Group.
AP: Observant Jews in Israel can now enjoy a rabbi-approved puff during the week-long Passover holiday that starts at sundown Monday.
Reuters: The messy deal to bail out Cyprus has averted the latest threat to the break-up of the euro but raises new questions about the currency's long-term viability.
KATU: A scammer held a woman hostage on the phone, telling her if she hung up she would go to jail.
CNET: Apple banned an iPad game designed to teach kids about where there favorite products are made—sweatshops.
Los Angeles Times: A government study found that 2% of U.S. schoolchildren are being diagnosed with autism, compared to 1.2% in a similar 2007 study.