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 25, 2012 – UK police say missing girl Madeleine McCann may still be alive, justices to hear Arizona's appeal over controversial immigration law and Metta World Peace given 7-game suspension for elbow blow to the head...
• UK police say missing girl Madeleine McCann may still be alive: "British girl Madeleine McCann, who vanished during a 2007 family vacation in Portugal, may still be alive, UK authorities said Wednesday. Madeleine was a few days shy of her fourth birthday when she disappeared from her family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz as her parents dined in a nearby tapas restaurant with friends." The McCanns spoke with Piers last May and asked for help in finding their daughter.
• Justices to hear Arizona's appeal over controversial immigration law: "The Supreme Court plans to hear arguments Wednesday on an Arizona law that seeks to crack down on illegal immigration, a thorny issue of white-hot controversy that states around the country have grappled with amid record levels of immigration to the United States."
• Two more Secret Service agents resign over Colombia scandal: "Two more Secret Service members have resigned over a Colombia prostitution scandal, the agency said Tuesday, while another member is being forced out and two more were cleared of serious misconduct."
• More Americans breathing easier: "While dangerous pollutants still threaten the health of millions of Americans, the United States has made great strides in clearing the air, according to the American Lung Association. In its annual State of the Air 2012 report, the organization said that between 2001 and 2010, ozone levels dropped 13%, year-round particle pollution declined 24% and short-term particle pollution 28% thanks to the Clean Air Act."
• Metta World Peace given 7-game suspension for elbow blow to the head: "Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace has been suspended for seven games without pay over an elbow blow he delivered to the head of an opposing player, the National Basketball Association said Tuesday."