[Updated, 8:09 p.m.]¬†Wuterich is charged with voluntary manslaughter, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, dereliction of duty and obstruction of justice. His court martial is now scheduled September 13.
Twenty-four civilians were killed on November 19, 2005, in what military prosecutors said was a house-to-house rampage by Marines after a roadside bomb killed their comrade, 20-year-old Lance Cpl. Miguel Terrazas. Wuterich is the remaining defendant of eight originally charged in the case.
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[Updated at 1:07 p.m.] The Yonhap News Agency is reporting that the South Korean navy ship has sunk, according to government officials.
[Updated at 12:26 a.m.] South Korea's president has told his military to focus on rescuing sailors from one of their navy ships sinking in the Yellow Sea near North Korea, aids told the Yonhap News Agency.
Yonhap reported 58 sailors had already been rescued. Navy vessels and helicopters were rescuing crew members, some of whom reportedly jumped into the sea after the blast, an official told South Korea's Korean Broadcasting System. The ship, the Cheonan, was patrolling southwest of the island around 9:45 p.m. when the explosion took place, a military official told KBS.
The official said the Sockcho, another South Korean navy vessel patrolling nearby, fired at unidentified ships north of the area. U.S. military officials told CNN a South Korean vessel has sunk.
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Reid accidentally votes no on health care: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid mistakenly called out "no" Thursday when asked for his vote on the health care reconciliation bill, setting the chamber howling with laughter.
At least 11 killed in Kentucky wreck: Ten people traveling in a van in southwestern Kentucky were killed Friday when a tractor-trailer crossed the median and smashed head-on into their vehicle, authorities said. The tractor-trailer driver also died.
Dog chews off cop car bumper: A dog that was caught on camera chewing off the bumper of a police cruiser is heading home. WTVC's Kevin Sims reports.
Chaos after semi crosses median: Officials say several people are dead after a tractor trailer crashed into another vehicle in Kentucky.
Doctor-starved: America's heartland in crisis: For one doctor practicing in America's heartland, the new health care law and its incentives to keep doctors on the farm is a start, not a solution, to the medical care crisis afflicting rural America.
The Marine Corps' top officer said Thursday that he would want to avoid housing gay and heterosexual Marines in the same rooms on base if the ban on gays openly serving in the military is lifted.
[Updated, 7:24 p.m.] Ten people traveling in a van in southwestern Kentucky were killed Friday when a tractor-trailer crossed the median and smashed head-on into their vehicle, authorities said. The tractor-trailer driver also died.
It was the deadliest vehicle wreck in Kentucky in about 20 years, said Lt. David Jude, a spokesman for the Kentucky State Police.
A look at highlights from the day's business news:
A mixed Friday ends stocks' up week
Stocks closed mixed Friday, at the end of another up week, as investors considered the Greek bailout package, reports of a naval conflict between North and South Korea and a weaker U.S. dollar.
The Dow Jones industrial average added a few points, according to early tallies. The S&P 500 index was little changed. The Nasdaq composite lost a few points.
A federal ban on "soft money" campaign donations to political parties can remain in place, a special federal court panel ruled Friday.
The decision preserves a key provision of the McCain-Feingold campaign reform act, which limits contributions to national, state, and local political parties. The case is likely to reach the Supreme Court in coming months.
The managing director of the Abu Dhabi Investment Fund is missing after the sailplane in which he was traveling crashed into a lake in Morocco, the state news agency of the United Arab Emirates reported Friday.
Authorities were searching for Sheikh Ahmed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who is a brother of the ruler of Abu Dhabi and president of the UAE, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Sheikh Ahmed is also chairman of the board of trustees of the Zayed Foundation for Charity and Humanitarian Works, said WAM, the news agency.
Forbes' 2009 rankings of "The World's Most Powerful People" rated the missing sheikh at No. 27.
Extended jobless benefits will run out for about 212,000 Americans out of work after April 5 because the Senate closed up shop Friday afternoon without a deal to extend filing deadlines.
Senate Democrats and Republicans failed to agree on passing a House version of the extension of deadlines to apply for federal unemployment benefits and the COBRA health insurance subsidy.
Dennis Hopper took what may be his final bow Friday as his star was dedicated on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
His lawyer and doctor told the judge overseeing his divorce this week that Hopper is dying of prostate cancer, but the 73-year-old actor was smiling broadly during the ceremony.
[Updated, 4:52 p.m.]¬† Israel Defense Forces¬†identified its dead soldiers as Staff Sgt. Ilan Sviatkovsky and Maj. Eliraz Peretz.
After seeing the "terrorists" plant explosives, IDF moved forward and fired, killing two militants, said Southern Command Maj. Gen. Yoav Galant, according to IDF's Web site.¬†
"The soldiers advanced in a proper operational manner and when the terrorists were seen moving westward, tanks that were stationed undercover opened fire," Galant said, according to IDF's Web site. "One of the terrorists approached the forces point blank and opened fire."¬†
Former NBA star Gilbert Arenas was sentenced to two years of supervised probation Friday for bringing guns into his team's locker room.
He also is to serve 30 days in a halfway house. He will be required to serve 400 hours of community service and contribute $5,000 to a fund for victims of violence.
Ayad Allawi's Iraqiya coalition won the most seats in Iraq's parliamentary elections, according to results issued Friday by Iraqi election officials.
Four more teams will advance to the Elite Eight tonight, and SI.com's Seth Davis weighs in below with what to expect. The highlights (all times Eastern):
-No. 6 Tennessee vs. No. 2 Ohio State (7:07 PM, CBS) Says Davis: "There was a very unusual stat in the first half of the Buckeyes' second-round game against Georgia Tech: Evan Turner took 15 shots in the first 20 minutes. That is very unlike him, and unlike Ohio State. This team has excellent offensive balance, and when Jon Diebler and William Buford get open looks they're almost impossible to defend. Turner took just four shots in the second half and Ohio State pulled away. Unlike Ohio U, the Buckeyes have a big man inside (Dallas Lauderdale) who can bang with Wayne Chism. I also don't think Tennessee will fare well against Ohio State's funky 1-3-1 zone."