5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: A general view of the scene shortly after a helicopter crashed in the Vauxhall area of central London, after hitting a crane on top of a tower block by the River Thames, according to eye witness reports, Wednesday Jan. 16, 2013.

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. 2 Dead After Helicopter Crashes in London

A helicopter has crashed in central London at rush hour after clipping a crane on top of a building site. At least two people were killed.

2. Dreamliners Grounded in Japan After Latest Incident

An All Nippon Airways flight made an emergency landing in Japan after a cockpit message showed battery problems. It is the latest trouble for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

3. House Sends $50B Sandy Aid Package to Senate

Seventy-nine days after Hurricane Sandy, the House of Representatives voted Tuesday night to approve about $50 billion of additional aid for regions impacted by the storm.

4. 2 Killed in Shooting at Ky. College

Two people were shot and killed and a teen was injured in the parking lot of a Kentucky community college on Tuesday. Police searched the school and determined no one else was at risk.

5. AARP Fears Retirement Nightmare Soon

The AARP and Public Policy Institute released reports on Tuesday suggesting that today's workers are much less likely to enjoy a secure retirement the way their parents or grandparents did. The reason is partly because health care costs are rising faster than wages.

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