From the Wires

Lululemon recalls see-through pants The athletic company announces a large recall of black yoga pants that were unintentionally see-through.

'Lost' tectonic plate found in California 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 Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina, the new pope, is breaking historic ground by choosing the name Francis.

Is son of Ron Paul GOP favorite? 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 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 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.