Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Detroit Files For Bankruptcy
Detroit became the biggest American city to file for bankruptcy after its emergency manager filed for Chapter 9 protection on Thursday, with more than $18 billion in accrued obligations, according to the governor.
2. Witness in Bulger Trial Found Dead
Stephen "Stippo" Rakes, a possible witness in the murder trial of alleged crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger, was found dead, authorities said.
3. Florida Governor Supports 'Stand-Your-Ground'
Florida Governor Rick Scott said he supports the "stand-your-ground" law and would not call a special session despite pressure from protestors.
4. Body Found in Woods is Missing Woman
Michigan police confirmed that a body found in a wooded area is that of 20-year-old store clerk Brenna Machus, who was kidnapped on Monday in an incident that also included the murder of her co-worker.
5. 'American Horror Story' Leads Emmy Nominees
"American Horror Story: Asylum" leads the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards with 17 nominations, and Netflix's "House of Cards" made history as the first online TV show nominated in the top drama category.