From the Wires

Pickpockets shut down Louvre in Paris

BBC: One of the world's most visited museums, the Louvre did not open on Wednesday because of a protest by staff over pickpocket.

More records for Dow and S&P 500 The S&P 500 finally topped its 2007 trading record high, rising to 1,585.65, and gained 1%.

North Korea warns tourists in south to evacuate North Korea is urging all foreign companies and tourists in South Korea to evacuate because it says the rival Koreas are on the eve of a nuclear war.

Bill Clinton joins Twitter as @PrezBillyJeff

AP: Bill Clinton is now on Twitter, albeit without a very presidential name.

U.S. job openings climb to five year high

Bloomberg: Job openings in the U.S. rose to the highest level in February since May 2008.

Virgin America performs best of U.S. airlines

ABC News: Virgin America performed best of the 14 largest U.S. airlines, while United Airlines was worst.

Chelsea Clinton confident mom will make right election choice On the subject of her mother's potential presidential bid, Chelsea Clinton, the former first daughter, says she just wants her mother to make the 'right choice for herself.'

Margaret Thatcher dies following stroke Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a towering figure in postwar British and world politics and the only woman to become British prime minister, has died at the age of 87.

Facebook Home 'so two years ago,' Microsoft says

Slash Gear: Microsoft says two years ago they had the same idea as Facebook Home, the company's new home screen app launcher.

Why Obama's 'best-looking' comment was a mistake President Obama's biggest gaffe yesterday when speaking of California Attorney General Kamala Harris involved introducing an observation from the system of beauty into a forum that was about the system of power.

Judge strikes restrictions on 'morning after' pill

Reuters: A federal judge ordered the Food and Drug Administration to make  emergency contraception pills available without a prescription to all girls of reproductive age.

Anonymous hacks North Korean Twitter, Flickr

PC Mag: North Korea's official Twitter and Flickr accounts were hacked by Anonymous.

New York City fast food workers plan strike Fast food workers this morning planned to walk off the job in what organizers promised would be the largest-ever strike.