Updated at 7:56 a.m.
Identified: U.S. military officials on Friday revealed that Staff Sgt. Robert Bales is the American solider accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers on March 11, The New York Times reports. The military didn't disclose his identity earlier over concerns for his and his family's safety. Authorities are holding Bales at a Fort Leavenworth, Kan., prison.
Groundbreaker: Legal experts are saying the conviction of former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi in a cyberbullying and harassment case broke new legal ground in New Jersey, The Star-Ledger reports. Ravi on Friday was convicted of invasion of privacy and bias intimidation stemming from his use of a webcam to spy on his roommate Tyler Clementi. The roommate jumped to his death from New York's George Washington Bridge after he realized that Ravi had watched his sexual encounter with another man. Legal experts said prosecuting an individual charged with a hate crime linked to an invasion of privacy charge, rather than a charge stemming from a violent crime like assault, set a new precedent.
Arrested: The U.S. Secret Service on Friday arrested actor George Clooney, Martin Luther King III, members of Congress and other activists outside the Sudan embassy in Washington, The Washington Post reports. They were demonstrating against the Sudanese hunger crisis, claiming that the country's president, Omar al-Bashir, kept humanitarian assistance and food away from thousands of his nation's people. Clooney was released from custody later that day.
Wage and Hour Litigation: The latest Federal Judicial Caseload Statistics show that the amount of wage and hour cases rose more than 15 percent between 2010 and 2011, Corporate Counsel reports. Most of the cases are collective actions.
Dead: John Demjanjuk, a retired U.S. autoworker who was convicted of being a Nazi death camp guard, died on Saturday at 91, The Associated Press reports. He had denied any participation in the in the Nazi Holocaust, saying he had been mistaken for someone else.