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 27, 2012 – Trayvon Martin's attorney claims Robert Zimmerman misled court about money, explosions hit Syrian capital and NASA ready to move shuttle Enterprise to New York...
• Trayvon Martin's attorney claims Robert Zimmerman misled court about money: "The attorney for Trayvon Martin's family says Zimmerman should be back in jail because during a recent bond hearing he failed to tell a judge he had $204,000."
• Explosions hit Syrian capital: "Two bombs rocked the Syrian capital of Damascus Friday, causing an unknown number of casualties, as a two-week old peace deal continued to unravel. One explosion happened in the district of Midan, in central Damascus, causing casualties, state television reported."
• Mitt Romney, GOP shift on vulnerable issues: "For Republicans and certain presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the best defense appears to be a good offense on issues and themes being pushed by President Barack Obama and Democrats. In recent days, Romney has come out in favor of steps also advocated by Democrats to hold down interest rates for federal student loans and renew the Violence Against Women Act."
• China's banks are important for America too: "We all realize by now that China's economy matters greatly to America, directly affecting our trade, our investments, the value of the dollar, and inflation. Indirectly, it affects us even more through its impact on our other trading partners, especially Europe, and also by propelling China forward as a global power at all levels, not just economically."
• NASA ready to move shuttle Enterprise to New York: "Space shuttle Enterprise will fly past the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks Friday as it heads to its new home at the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in New York City."