Aug. 16, 2013 -- Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Egypt Braces for 'Friday of Anger'
Egyptians are bracing for a fresh wave of violence after the Muslim Brotherhood billed today as the "Friday of Anger" in response to the security crackdown on supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.
2. NSA Broke Privacy Rules Many Times: Report
The National Security Agency has overstepped legal authority or broken privacy rules thousands of times each year since Congress granted the agency a broader scope of power in 2008, The Washington Post reported.
3. Rescued Teen Hannah Anderson Appears at Fundraiser
Hannah Anderson, the California teen rescued over the weekend, arrived unexpectedly at a fundraiser to benefit her and help pay for the funeral expenses of her mother and brother.
4. Pet Food Recalled in Salmonella Scare
Proctor and Gamble is recalling Eukanuba dry dog foods, Iams dry dog foods and Iams dry cat foods because of potential salmonella contamination. The recall is a precaution and no instances of salmonella have been reported.
5. WWE Star Announces He's Gay
World Wrestling Entertainment's Darren Young came out as the first openly gay active pro wrestler during an unplanned interview with TMZ at an airport.