A look at the stories ranking highly on various news sites.
The Daily Mail's most read story is about Simone Back who warned her 1,082 Facebook friends before she killed herself, to no response. The article says that after the depressed charity worker posted a message that read "Took all my pills be dead soon so bye bye every one".
The Wall Street Journal's readers are taking a look at the first clear pictures of what appears to be a Chinese stealth fighter jet prototype. Speculation is rife about the validity of the pictures ahead of the US defence secretaries visit to the country.
New Scientist readers are reliving Nasa's fifth moon mission thanks to some newly released transcripts of the astronauts' conversations. The ill-fated mission includes the famous line "Houston, we've had a problem..."
Sun readers prefer to catch up on Cheryl Cole's love life. New pictures appear to show her cuddling up to her dancer Derek Hough.
Readers of More Intelligent Life are reading up on the verbing - or the conversion of nouns to verbs. Trending and friending are two popular new verbs. Others are more niche, like politicians' use of "to doughnut" which means to sit in a ring around a colleague making a parliamentary announcement, so that it is not clear to television viewers that the chamber is practically deserted.