5 Things to Know This Morning

PHOTO: Ariel Castro, seen here in this undated photo, has been arrested on kidnapping charges after 3 women who were reported 10 years ago were found in his house in Cleveland, Ohio on May 6, 2013.Facebook
Ariel Castro, seen here in this undated photo, has been accused of kidnapping and raping three women who'd been missing for a decade.

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

1. Suspect in Ohio Kidnapping Helped Look for Missing Women

Neighbors say Ariel Castro handed out fliers with Gina Dejesus' picture on it years ago. The woman was found in his home and police say Castro kidnapped her years ago.

2. Benghazi 'Whistleblowers' Head to Capitol Hill

A House Oversight Committee hearing on the White House's handling of the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi will take place at 11:30 a.m., with testimony by three "whistleblowers" that may contradict portions of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's account.

3. Air Force Sidelines 17 ICBM Officers

The Air Force made an unprecedented decision to take away the authority to control nuclear missiles from 17 ICBM officers, resulting from a string of mistakes that a Commander characterizes as "rot" within its ranks. The 17 cases mark the Air Force's most extensive sidelining ever of launch crew members in Air Force history.

4. Belgium Says 31 Detained in $50M Diamond Heist

Thirty-one people were detained in three different countries today in connection with a spectacular $50 million diamond heist that was pulled off at Brussels Airport on Feb. 19.

5. Italian Cargo Ship Slams Into Port, Kills 4

A cargo ship slammed into the Italian port of Genoa, knocking over the port control tower and killing at least 4 people Tuesday night,. Six people are still unaccounted for.