Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Dolphins Player Checked Himself Into Hospital After Alleged Bullying: Report
Miami Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin checked himself into a hospital to be treated for the emotional distress he suffered from his teammates' alleged bullying, league sources told ESPN.
2. Twitter IPO Goes Public
Micro-blogging site Twitter (TWTR) goes public today with an IPO of $26 per share.
3. Navy Bribery Scandal Grows
Navy Commander Jose Luis Sanchez has been charged with providing a foreign defense contractor classified information in exchange for prostitutes, luxury travel and $100,000 in cash, the latest development in an ever-widening alleged international bribery scandal.
4. Watching Obamacare Debate Led Secret Service Agent to GOP
Dan Bongino, a 12-year veteran of the Secret Service, says "the fog of scandals in the Obama administration" and an inside look at the Obamacare debate led him to turn in his badge, turn on his former boss, and run for Congress as a Republican.
5. George Strait Wins Entertainer of the Year
George Strait took home the top honor of Entertainer of the Year at the CMA Awards.