5 Things to Know This Morning

5 Things to Know This Morning

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

Nearly four months after the death of his son Beau, Vice President Joe Biden offered his most in depth and emotional reflection yet of the sorrow he’s experienced since his son’s passing.

In an interview that aired Thursday night, the vice president said he felt he was was “letting down Beau” if he “didn’t just get up" in the months following his death.

Hungarian authorities were caught on camera throwing food at a crowd of people looking for aid along their route towards northern Europe.

Footage obtained by an Austrian politician appears to show the Hungarian police officers tossing the food into a crowd of migrants and refugees, adding to the chaos of the situation.

The former policeman accused of murdering an unarmed man as he ran away remains in jail while a judge considers his request to be released on bond.

Former police officer Michael Slager, 33, fatally shot Walter Scott, 50, after a traffic stop in North Charleston, South Carolina, in April. He was arrested and charged with murder on April 7, three days after he shot Scott.

During Slager's bond hearing, his attorney asked for house arrest. The judge said he took the request under advisement and will rule on the motion later.

5. Patriots Top Steelers, Face More Controversy

The Patriots faced new controversy following the game, with Pittsburgh's coaches complaining about headset problems.