Number five -- Chipmaker Intel plans to reduce its global workforce by more than 5,000 people over the next year, which works out to about 5-percent of its employees. Intel says this is not a layoff. The cuts will come from people retiring, redeployments, or people leaving voluntarily. The company says the move is in response to "evolving market trends."
Number four -- A California man accused of running a so-called "revenge porn" website pleads not guilty. Kevin Bollaert is facing felony charges of identity theft, extortion and conspiracy. Authorities say his site called "u got posted dot com" allowed people to show explicit photos of women without consent. These images were usually obtained by men who wanted to embarrass their ex-girlfriends.
Number three -- Royal Caribbean says more than 60 passengers were infected with a stomach illness during a recent cruise. It was trouble aboard "The Majesty of the Seas" as 66 guests and two crew members started suffering from gastrointestinal issues, thought to be the Norovirus. Crew members provided over-the-counter medication which seemed to help suppress the symptoms.
Number two -- Some of the passengers who were on board an Asiana airlines jet that crashed in San Francisco last year are now suing Boeing. The lawsuit alleges that some equipment on the Boeing 777 plane was improperly installed or defective, resulting in inadequate warnings for the pilots about low airspeed. The incident left three people dead and nearly 200 injured.
Number one -- The suspect in Friday's high school shooting in Philadelphia has turned himself in. Accompanied by his lawyer, the juvenile suspect was taken into custody Saturday afternoon. He faces two counts of aggravated assault among other charges. Two students were shot in the arm during Friday's shooting in the gym at Delaware Valley Charter High School. The victims' injuries are not life-threatening. Investigators are still trying to figure out how many shots were fired. No shell was found at the scene, and police have not found the gun.