5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: Software company founder John McAfee is pictured Dec. 5, 2012, in Guatemala City after being arrested for entering Guatemala illegally.

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

1. McAfee Lands in Miami: 'I'm Free'

Software tycoon John McAfee landed in Miami on Wednesday night after being released from detention in Guatemala City. McAfee has not been charged with committing a crime in Guatemala or Belize, where authorities sought to question him about his neighbor's murder.

2. Ore. Gunman's Ex Says He Abruptly Changed, Quit Job

The ex-girlfriend of Jacob Roberts, the gunman police say killed two people and wounded another, told ABC News on Wednesday that Roberts abruptly changed the week before the shooting. Hannah Patricia Sansburn said Roberts quit his job and sold his belongings before the shooting at a Portland, Oregon mall.

3. Bieber Target of Murder Plot

Pop superstar Justin Bieber was the target of a murder plot devised by a convicted killer imprisoned in New Mexico. The plan called for the inmate's fellow prisoner to kill Bieber and his bodyguard while the singer was in New York for concerts at Madison Square Garden.

4. Mandela making Progress With Lung Infection

Doctors treating Nelson Mandela say the former South African president is making progress after a lung infection landed him in the hospital on Saturday.

5. Honda Recalling 800K Vehicles

Honda is recalling more than 800,000 vehicles including the Odyssey minivan, Pilot SUV and the Acura SUV from model year 2003-2006. The company says that over time people are able to remove the key while the car is still in gear, making it possible for the vehicle to roll away.

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