10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. EX-MARINE FOUND GUILTY IN `AMERICAN SNIPER' TRIAL
Eddie Ray Routh, 27, faces life in prison without parole in the deaths of Chris Kyle and Kyle's friend, Chad Littlefield.
2. WHY CAR BUYERS SHOULD BEWARE
More than 46 million cars and trucks on the road in the U.S. - about one-fifth the total - were recalled because of safety defects but never repaired, a study shows.
3. CALIF. COMMUTER TRAIN SLAMS INTO TRUCK STUCK ON TRACKS, INJURING 28
Lives were likely saved by passenger cars designed with collapsible bumpers and other features to absorb the impact of a crash.
4. GEORGE ZIMMERMAN WON'T FACE FEDERAL CHARGES
The Justice Department says there isn't enough evidence to prove the former neighborhood watch volunteer killed Trayvon Martin, a black teen, on account of his race.
5. WHICH WORLD CAPITAL IS BATTLING MEASLES
Since October, Berlin has seen more than 570 cases of the highly contagious illness - including two linked to the U.S.
6. OBAMA VETOES KEYSTONE OIL PIPELINE
Boehner says Republicans are "not even close" to giving up the fight for the $8 billion project.
7. MAGAZINE BOOSTS `MADE IN AMERICA'
U.S. automakers place three vehicles on Consumer Reports' annual list of "top picks," the first time that's happened in 17 years.
8. EMOJIS ON APPLE DEVICES TO REFLECT DIVERSITY
Users of the cute graphics will soon be able to pick from different skin tones and depictions of families with two moms or two dads.
9. WHO'S BEEN SUSPENDED BY ESPN
Keith Olbermann has been taken off his show temporarily after making insulting comments on Twitter about Penn State students.
10. SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS TO BE DISPLAYED AT LONDON'S GLOBE THEATER
The rare first folio of the bard's works, printed in 1623, was discovered last year in a library in France.