Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For June 3, 2011 – Dr. Jack Kevorkian died early Friday, John Edwards expected to be indicted Friday, Casey Anthony trial continues...
• 'Dr. Death' dead at 83: "Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the Michigan pathologist who put assisted suicide on the world's medical ethics stage, died early Friday, according to a spokesman with Beaumont Hospital. He was 83."
• Weak job growth a new warning sign: "In yet another alarm bell of a weakening U.S. economy, the job market took a disappointing turn in May. The economy gained a mere 54,000 jobs in the month, a significant slowdown from 232,000 jobs added to payrolls in April, the government reported Friday."
• Edwards expected to be indicted Friday, sources say: "Former senator and 2008 presidential candidate John Edwards is expected to be indicted on Friday, barring any last-minute developments, a source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN. There have been plea discussions ongoing between Edwards' defense lawyers and federal prosecutors, but no agreement has been reached."
• Juror's hear Casey Anthony's jail interviews: "The murder trial of Casey Anthony resumes Friday, a day after recordings of jail visits three years ago showed the suspect alternatively giggling, crying and saying her sole focus is finding her missing 2-year-old daughter." Watch our sister network, HLN, for updates through out the day from the courtroom.
• Mavs pull off spectacular comeback to steal Game 2: "I will bet you all of the money in my pocket - not much, I admit, but it's all I've got - that Pat Riley felt the same acidic, clammy, bass-drum-beating-in-his-skull feelings that he felt in 1984. This is something he would rather not recall, but here it was in front of him Thursday. The better team lost. His team was beaten. Again."