USA Today (U.S. News)
· Cities erupt in youthquake: Millennials swell populations
A youth movement is boosting more big cities' populations.
· Boy Scouts to vote on allowing gay members today
The Boy Scouts of America vote Thursday on whether to allow openly gay youth.
· Some funeral homes choose fun 'life celebrations'
Using props to highlight the departed's interests and hobbies is key part of new approach.
· White House: Calif. locale ideal for summit
Sunnylands's reputation was key in choice for meeting of U.S., China leaders.
· Jersey Shore, slammed by Sandy, is back in business
Rebuilt boardwalk is a symbol of the grit it is taking for the community to rise again
· Would you rather lose $1,000 or gain 20 pounds?
Survey: Most people would rather lose 1,000 bucks than gain 20 pounds
· One of the main U.S. weather satellites fails
One of the USA's primary weather satellites failed late Tuesday.
· Teen birthrate hits another record low in 2011
The new rate is 31.3 births per 1,000 women ages 15-19.
· Oklahoma tornado rips away safety of school
Parents detail anguish over children for after massive tornado hits Moore, Okla.
· Search continues for missing Iowa teen
Volunteers search the countryside for Kathlynn Shepard, 15, who was abducted Monday.
· Jodi Arias jury can't decide on death penalty
The rapid impasse suggests a difference of opinion over life and death.
· Fewer plan to travel Memorial Day weekend
Millions of Americans are traveling this Memorial Day weekend, but not as many as last year.
· Jersey shore ready to welcome tourists again
Gov. Chris Christie helped one town celebrate the reopening of its boardwalk.
· Scientists worry about bird flu's potential to mutate
Scientists worry about new bird flu's potential to mutate into a more contagious form.