NFL draft gets underway
Football fans will get a little relief from their off season withdrawal symptoms when the NFL draft kicks off Thursday night. Last year, 7.7 million people watched the draft on television, and there's no reason to think the audience for this year's three-day event won't be even larger. Check out USA TODAY Sports for every team's draft needs, the top 300 players, the super sleepers hiding out there and more.
Kim Kardashian worried for daughter that racism 'still alive'
Reality star and new mom Kim Kardashian took to her blog to write about racism and discrimination. Kardashian wrote candidly about how her daughter with Kanye West, named North, has changed her outlook on things, saying, "What once seemed so important, now feels insignificant."
Census releases report on bicycling and walking to work
The Census Bureau will release its first report on commuting by bicycling and walking, ahead of the start of National Bike to Work Week. Studies show that levels of obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes are lower in cities where a higher percentage of commuters bicycle or walk to work.
Health and Humans Services nominee faces 'Obamacare' grilling
Sylvia Matthews Burwell will likely face a slew of questions about the Affordable Care Act today at her Senate confirmation hearing to replace Kathleen Sebelius as Health and Human Services Secretary. Burwell currently is the director of the Office of Management and Budget. Learn how it goes at usatoday.com/news.
Update: Target data breach
A Texas police department backtracked on claims it made earlier that it had arrested a man believed to be linked to the massive Target data breach, issuing a statement that said "it is not believed he was responsible" for the information heist.