5 Things to Know This Morning
PHOTO: Police block the road to the Jacksonville International Airport terminal as the bomb disposal unit drives by on the right on Oct. 1, 2013, in Jacksonville, Fla.

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

1. Fla. Airport Reopens After 'Destructive' Device Found

Jacksonville International Airport has reopened after authorities found two suspicious packages, one of which was called a "destructive" device.

2. House Democrats to Introduce Immigration Reform Bill

House Democrats are expected to introduce an immigration bill of their own today.

3. Obama Shortens Asia Trip Because of Shutdown

President Obama has canceled stops in Malaysia and the Philippines on his trip to Asia because of the partial government shutdown, the White House announced.

4. Prisoner Freed After 41 Years of Solitary

Herman Wallace, a 71-year-old Louisiana prisoner who spent 41 years in solitary confinement, has been released.

5. Marc Jacobs to Step Down at Louis Vuitton

Fashion designer Marc Jacobs is stepping down as creative director of Louis Vuitton.

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