Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Feds Now Back Morning-After Pills for All Girls
The Obama administration has decided to end its legal fight against making over-the-counter emergency contraception available to women of all ages.
2. Did Alleged NSA Leaker Work Alone?
Federal investigators looking into claims made by alleged NSA leaker Edward Snowden are not totally convinced that Snowden worked alone to reveal secret NSA surveillance programs, a senior law enforcement source told ABC News.
3. Slap on Rear Gets NFL Star 30 Days in Jail
A judge sentenced former NFL player Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson to 30 days in jail after he playfully patted his lawyer on the butt while they were in court for a no-jail plea deal on an earlier probation violation.
4. Bloomberg to Address Effects of Global Warming on NYC
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will give a speech today outlining the severe threats of global warming to the city.
5. Hillary Clinton Joins Twitter
Hillary Clinton is officially on Twitter, sending her first tweet: "Thanks for the inspiration @ASmith83 & @Sllambe - I'll take it from here... #tweetsfromhillary".