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 15, 2011 – CIA informants arrested, Wisconsin upholds anti-union law, Arnold Schwarzenegger's housekeeper talks and Hugh Hefner is still single...
• Informants who led CIA to bin Laden arrested, official says: Pakistan's intelligence agency has arrested a person who rented a safe house to the CIA before American special forces killed Osama bin Laden, as well as suspected CIA informants, a source familiar with the arrests told CNN Wednesday."
• Wisconsin high court upholds anti-union law: "Wisconsin's top court Tuesday reinstated a contentious law that curbs the collective bargaining rights of most state employees. Opponents of the law said the fight will now be taken to those who supported it."
• Court upholds gay judge's ruling on Proposition 8: "A federal judge who ruled against a ban on same-sex marriage in California and later revealed that he is gay showed no evidence he was prejudiced in the case, according to a ruling Tuesday."
• Schwarzenegger housekeeper talks: "When the 13-year-old son of Arnold Schwarzenegger's former housekeeper found out the Terminator was his father, he answered with one word: "Cool!" That's what the housekeeper, Mildred Baena, tells HELLO! magazine, in what the British publication says will be her first and only interview on the subject."
• Hugh Hefner's fiancee calls off the wedding: "The third time apparently won't be the charm for Hugh Hefner. The Playboy founder, married twice before, confirmed via Twitter that his 25-year-old fiancée Crystal Harris has called off the couple's impending wedding." Back in February, Harris gushed about wedding details on "Piers Morgan Tonight."