Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Auburn University Shooting Suspect Surrenders
Auburn University shooting suspect Desmonte Leonard surrendered to federal agents in Montgomery, Alabama. He is charged with killing three people and wounding three others after a fight Saturday night over a woman.
2. JPMorgan Chase CEO Heads to Congress
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon heads to Congress to testify about how the bank lost more than $2 billion in risky trades.
3. NASA to Launch X-ray Telescope
NASA is set to launch NuStar, an X-ray telescope that will search for black holes and supernovas.
4. Casey Anthony: 'I Didn't Kill My Daughter'
Casey Anthony broke her silence to CNN host Piers Morgan in an off-camera interview, telling him "I didn't kill my daughter … but I'm ashamed of the person that I was … I was a stupid kid … but I've never been a 'party girl'" and "there's no one I love more than my daughter … she's my greatest accomplishment."
5. Oklahoma City Thunder Wins Game 1
The Oklahoma City Thunder won Game 1 of the NBA finals over the Miami Heat. Kevin Durant scored 17 of his 36 points in the fourth quarter leading the Thunder to a 105-94 win.