5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: Clare Crawley, left, and Nikki Ferrell, right, with Juan Pablo Galavis

Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.

1. Juan Pablo’s Decision
Juan Pablo Galavis has had a dramatic season as the star of “The Bachelor,” and Monday marked the end of his time on the ABC dating series. In the end, Juan Pablo did not propose to the winning contestant. Then, during a tense "After the Final Rose," he would not say whether he was even in love with her, though Chris Harrison certainly persisted.

2. MH370 Passenger With Stolen Passport Identified as Iranian Man, 19
One of the two men who boarded Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 with a stolen passport was identified as a 19-year-old Iranian with no known terrorist connections, authorities said at a press conference today.

3. Pistorius Friend Identified in Gunplay Testifies
The friend of Oscar Pistorius who was identified by witnesses as being with the athlete on two occasions when a gun was shot in public is testifying at Pistorius' murder trial on Tuesday.

4. 6 Health 'Myths' That Actually Check Out
You learned the basic health “don’ts” at an early age: Avoid cracking your knuckles (it causes arthritis), don’t swallow gum (it stays in your stomach for 7 years!), and never walk in winter with wet hair (you’ll catch a cold). Then you grew up and learned none of them were true, and brushed aside every urban health legend you ever heard. But there are some 'myths' that are actually worth following.

5. Elisabeth Moss Says Fred Armisen Marriage Was ‘Awful,’ ‘Horrible’ Elisabeth Moss, 31, bares her body and thoughts for the March 10 issue of New York Magazine. Moss is all smiles on the cover of the magazine, but she tells the magazine that her short-lived nuptial to Fred Armisen, 47, was anything but happy. The “Mad Men” star is gearing up for the show’s return April 17, but took some time to discuss her “extremely traumatic” marriage.

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