5 Things to Know This Morning: 1930s Icon Remembered

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

1. Shirley Temple Dead at 85, Agent Says Former childhood movie star Shirley Temple has died, her agent confirmed in a statement to ABC News. She was 85.

2. What Hillary Clinton Really Thought About the Monica Lewinsky Affair In the days after President Bill Clinton revealed his fling with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, Hillary Clinton went dark, not even speaking to her close friend and ally, University of Arkansas political science professor Diane Blair. But when she re-emerged, Clinton revealed to her friend a personal and public struggle.

3. US Skier Devin Logan Earns Silver in Slopestyle Dara Howell continued Canada's dominance at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, soaring to Olympic gold in women's slopestyle skiing on Tuesday, with Devin Logan from the U.S. earning the silver.

4. A Touching Olympics Moment Alex Bilodeau posed with the Canadian flag Monday, standing beside his inspiration. It’s tough to tell who was prouder – Alex, the first two-time Olympic gold medalist in freestyle skiing, or his older brother Frederic.

5. What's Next for Simon Cowell? That British import known as Simon Cowell is heading back across the pond after Fox pulled his show “The X Factor,” but don’t think that’s the last American audiences will see of him.

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