Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Egypt's Morsi Defiant Under Growing Pressure
Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi staunchly rejected the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces' ultimatum calling for him to meet the demands of the people or face forced intervention.
2. Canadian Police Thwart Terror Plot
Canadian authorities announced they arrested two people who were allegedly planning to carry out a pressure cooker bombing near a government building during a major Canadian holiday.
3. Obama Administration Delays Employer Health-Care Mandate
Implementation of the employer health-care mandate, one of the most vaunted provisions in President Obama's health care law, will be put off for a full year, the administration said.
4. Zimmerman Jury Told His Injuries Were 'Insignificant'
A medical examiner who reviewed video and photographs of George Zimmerman's injuries suffered during his fatal confrontation with Trayvon Martin called the neighborhood watch captain's wounds "insignificant" and "non-life threatening."
5. Baldwin Vows to Quit Twitter
Alec Baldwin has vowed to give up Twitter in the wake of his rant against a British journalist.