Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. George Zimmerman Case Goes to Jury Today
Prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda made his closing arguments in the George Zimmerman trial, telling the jury Zimmerman is a "liar" who should be convicted of second degree murder for shooting Trayvon Martin. Jurors are expected to begin deliberating this afternoon.
2. Boston Strangler Case Solved 50 Years Later
A water bottle recovered from a construction site gave police the DNA evidence they needed to bring closure the Boston Strangler case that has been a mystery for nearly 50 years.
3. Calif. Inmates Go on Hunger Strike
As many as 30,000 California state prison inmates refused meals for the fourth day to protest rules and policies that they claim are inhumane.
4. Paula Deen Hires New Legal Team
After cutting ties with her longtime agent last week, Paula Deen has hired a new legal team, one of the lead lawyers told ABC News.
5. New Limits on Arsenic in Apple Juice
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has announced new draft guidelines that call for no more than 10 parts per billion of inorganic arsenic in apple juice--roughly the same level allowed in tap water.