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 12, 2012 – L.A. Kings reign over New Jersey Devils to clinch Stanley Cup, Ohio boy tells police father killed his mother on 911 call and Apple announces high-res laptops and a smarter Siri...
• L.A. Kings reign over New Jersey Devils to clinch Stanley Cup: "A few players bled, some fans wiped away sweat, and others wept for joy as the Los Angeles Kings blasted away 45 years of futility with a 6-1 win over the New Jersey Devils to capture the Stanley Cup. The win marks the first National Hockey League championship for the Kings in the team's history."
• Ohio boy tells police father killed his mother on 911 call: "Barely holding back his sobs, a 13-year-old boy makes a heart-rending 911 call to the Grove City Police Department in Ohio. 'My dad just killed my mom. He just told me to call you guys," the boy is heard telling a 911 dispatcher. "He just ran outside and killed my mom. And she's laying in the grass in front of the apartment.'"
• Commerce secretary takes medical leave following weekend accidents: "U.S. Secretary of Commerce John Bryson, under investigation for possible felony hit-and-run after allegedly causing two weekend car accidents in California, will take a medical leave of absence 'as he undergoes tests and evaluations,' White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Monday night."
• Retirement age must rise, says OECD: "The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development said that by 2050, the average woman and man can expect to live roughly 24 and 20 years beyond retirement age respectively, up from 20 and 17 years in 2010. At the same time, retirement ages across many countries have stayed the same."
• Apple announces high-res laptops, a smarter Siri: "Faster, thinner laptops with hi-res screens. FaceTime video chatting over cellular networks. And a smarter Siri. But no upgrades to Apple TV - at least, not yet. That, in brief, is what Apple will be rolling out to its users over the next six months."