Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Couple, 4 Children Found Alive
Rescuers said a Nevada couple and four children were found bundled up by a fire after spending two days in subzero temperatures in the wilderness.
2. Congress Gets Job Done and Strikes Budget Deal
House and Senate negotiators reached a bipartisan budget agreement that will keep the government from shutting down in January and help break a fiscal stalemate that has caused gridlock in Washington.
3. NTSB to Review Asiana Crash at Hearing
The National Transportation Safety Board is holding a hearing today to try to uncover why so many things went wrong in the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 crash at the San Francisco International Airport in July.
4. Man to Be Released From Prison After 30 Years
Stanley Wrice, the man who spent 30 years in prison after Chicago police allegedly tortured him into confessing to a rape he didn't commit, is expected to be released today.
5. Man Behind 'Tips for Jesus' Identified
The generous mystery tipper using the alias "Tips for Jesus" has been identified as Jack Selby, former PayPal vice president.