Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Petraeus Affair: Woman Who Received Harassing Emails Identified
A Florida woman named Jill Kelley received harassing emails from Paula Broadwell that spurred the FBI probe that eventually uncovered Gen. David Petraeus' extramarital affair with his biographer.
2. 2 Dead in Indiana Neighborhood Explosion
A huge explosion in an Indianapolis neighborhood over the weekend sparked a massive fire, killing two people and damaging or destroying several homes. Authorities say it is not yet clear what caused the blast.
3. About 120K in NY, NJ Without Power
About 120,000 customers in New York and New Jersey remained without power on Sunday, nearly two weeks after Superstorm Sandy ravaged the east coast. More than 8 million homes and businesses lost power during the storm.
4. 2 Dead From Eating Wild Mushrooms
Two residents of a northern California assisted living facility died and four others were hospitalized after eating wild mushrooms that health officials warned people not to eat. The two residents reportedly died after eating soup prepared by a caregiver.
5. Phone Radiation During Pregnancy Impacts Fetus
Researchers from Yale University say exposure to cell phone radiation during pregnancy impacts fetal brain development and might cause hyperactivity.