Here's a look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning:
1. Gas Spikes to Highest Price Since May
The national average of regular gasoline spiked 13.7 cents a gallon to $3.64. This is the highest retail gas price since May, according to the Energy Information Administration.
2. Officials: Temple Gunman Associated With 'Hate Group'
The Army veteran who opened fire at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee this weekend was associated with a white-supremacist group called Volksfront. Law enforcement officials told ABC News that a civil rights organization called this group "virulently racist."
3. Holmes' Psychiatrist Flagged Police
The psychiatrist who treated James Holmes, the man suspected of shooting 12 people and injuring 58 in at a midnight movie screening, contacted a University of Colorado police officer expressing worry about her patient's behavior weeks before the rampage. Under Colorado law, a psychiatrist can breach a pledge of confidentiality with patients to reach out to a police officer.
4. Father of Missing Boy Charged With Insurance Fraud
The son of a man who was reported missing after he didn't return from a swim in New York but later turned up in South Carolina has been charged with insurance fraud and filing a false report. The 22-year-old was arrested Monday and says he had nothing to do with his father's actions.
5. Possible Da Vinci Found in Farm House
A possible painting by Leonardo da Vinci was found in a Scottish farmhouse. The painting had been kept in the house for decades, but when it was appraised, experts said the piece could be worth more than $150 million.