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.
CBS: The death of Venezuela's late President Hugo Chavez means seven days of mourning, and the entire nation is invited to view his casket.
CNN.com: Banned from aircraft after 9/11, pocket knives will once again be allowed in U.S. planes, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
BBC: The Chinese-owned company is released a cyclist detectiontechnology designed to prevent fatal accidents.
The Guardian: Martha Stewart is in court to defend her company in a fight between Macy's and JC Penney.
CBSnews.com: The TSA plans to freeze hiring and cut overtime, nearly doubling wait times at major airports during peak travel times, including spring break and summer.
Reuters: The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged to a new record on Tuesday, breaking through levels last seen in 2007 as investors extended 2013's rally. However, after adjusting for inflation, it was higher in 2000 and 2007 than today.
CNN: There are 1,436 billionaires around the world, including 210 new this year.
BBC: The company's space of the future portrays what the firm thinks life might be like five to 10 years in the future.