Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Nasty Storm Could Snarl Travel for Millions
As snow falls in Midwest cities like Cincinnati this morning, holiday travelers across the country brace for potential travel delays today and tomorrow. The storm carrying rain, ice and snow could snarl travel as the nation starts to make its way home for Thanksgiving.
2. Man Mauled by Tiger at Australia Zoo
A zookeeper is fighting for his life after being attacked by a tiger at an Australia Zoo as horrified visitors looked on. The mauling left him with broadcaster Channel 9 Australia described as "horrific neck wounds."
3. Deeds Faults Local Authorities For Son's Suicide
Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds told a newspaper Monday he faults local authorities for what happened to his son, Austin C. "Gus" Deeds, who attacked his father last week and then killed himself 13 hours after a regional agency released him from an emergency custody order.
4. Sandy Hook Report Offers Grim Details of Adam Lanza's Bedroom
A new report out Monday says the gunman who opened fire on Sandy Hook Elementary School last December, killing 20 students and six staff members, had collected mass murder memorabilia, including newspaper clippings, in his bedroom before the shooting.
5. Bill Engvall Booted on First Night of 'DWTS' Finals
Comedian Bill Engvall is the latest star eliminated from "Dancing With the Stars" on the first night of a two-night finale. High School Musical star Corbin Bleu, Ozzy Osbourne's son Jack, and Glee's Amber Riley remain.