From the Wires

Lululemon recalls see-through pants

CNN.com: The athletic company announces a large recall of black yoga pants that were unintentionally see-through.

'Lost' tectonic plate found in California

Livescience.com: A tectonic plate that disappeared under North America millions of years ago is still visible in central California and Mexico, new research finds.

Pope's name breaks new ground

CNN.com: Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina, the new pope, is breaking historic ground by choosing the name Francis.

Is son of Ron Paul GOP favorite?

Salon.com: When Rand Paul was announced as the winner of the Republican presidential straw poll at CPAC over the weekend, there was no chorus of boos from the  conservatives, a far cry from the response when his father won the same event a few years ago.

Florida university closes after suicide, bombs found

Reuters: The University of Central Florida closed its main campus in Orlando on Monday while police investigated an apparent suicide and a number of bombs.

North Korea launches missiles into Sea of Japan

The Atlantic: North Korea has launched several short-range missiles into the Sea of Japan, less than a week after declaring their armistice with South Korea is over.

Another Carnival cruise ship in trouble

CBSnews.com: Carnival Cruise Lines says two more of its ships had mechanical problems Thursday.

Republican senator reverses stance on gay marriage

Reuters: Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman said he reversed his opposition to same-sex marriage after learning in 2011 that his son is gay.

Particle confirmed as Higgs boson

NBC: A newfound particle was confirmed as a Higgs boson.

Capitalism means male baldness research gets more funding than malaria, Bill Gates says

Wired: Capitalism means there is more research into male baldness than diseases like malaria, said Bill Gates.

Jobless claims hit five-year low

Wall Street Journal: A measure of U.S. jobless claims fell to a five-year low.

Smartphone use among teens rising rapidly

Fox: More teenagers are using mobile devices to access the internet instead of traditional computers.

George Bush besieged by flash mob in Texas

CBSnews.com: Former President George H.W. Bush was honored by a flash mob during a recent visit to the Texas A&M school named for him.