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 April 24, 2012 – Mitt Romney moves to solidify lead, James Murdoch stands by phone-hacking denials and Jennifer Hudson testifies at trial of man accused of killing her relatives...
• Mitt Romney moves to solidify lead : "It's the biggest day of Republican primary voting since Super Tuesday back on March 6. But when five states hold contests Tuesday, the only drama left appears to be the size of the margins of victory for all-but-certain GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney."
• James Murdoch stands by phone-hacking denials: "James Murdoch insisted Tuesday that he knew little about the scale of phone hacking by people working for the News of the World, as he continued his fight to limit the damage the scandal does to him and his family's media empire."
• Florida city commission rejects police chief's resignation in Trayvon Martin case: "City commissioners in Sanford, Florida, voted Monday to reject the proposed resignation of their embattled police chief, who has been under fire for the handling of the probe into Trayvon Martin's death in February."
• Netflix plunges on sales outlook: "Netflix's first-quarter financials came in better than expected after a dismal 2011, but it wasn't enough for investors to overlook a weak revenue outlook. Netflix announced late Monday that it lost 8 cents per share on $870 million in sales last quarter. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expected a much wider loss of 27 cents per share, and sales of $866 million."
• Jennifer Hudson testifies at trial of man accused of killing her relatives: "Proceedings are set to resume Tuesday morning in the trial of the man accused of killing the mother, brother and nephew of the actress and singer Jennifer Hudson. On Monday, Hudson - the prosecution's first witness - broke down in tears several times on the stand as she remembered her family."