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 July 2, 2012 – Millions still without power amid record heat wave, Peña Nieto projected winner in Mexican presidential vote and July 1 brings new, sometimes quirky laws...
• Millions still without power amid record heat wave: "Residents in the central and eastern United States will sweat through another blistering day Monday as power outages from weekend storms continue to plague millions."
• Enrique Peña Nieto projected winner in Mexican presidential vote: "The political party that ruled Mexico for more than 70 years appears poised to return to power after election authorities projected Enrique Peña Nieto as the winner of the nation's presidential vote."
• Man wearing Afghan police uniform kills 3 NATO troops: "Three British troops were shot and killed by a man wearing the uniform of an Afghan national police officer in violence-plagued southern Afghanistan, the British Ministry of Defence said Monday."
• Eurozone unemployment rises to record high 11.1%: "Reports on Europe's job market and manufacturing sector both show the region's economic woes persist. The unemployment rate in the eurozone's 17 nations rose to a record 11.1% in May, the highest level since the euro launched as a common currency in 1999."
• July 1 brings new, sometimes quirky laws: "The halfway point of 2012 means the start of new laws across the United States. CNN producers canvassed the country and found some of the more unusual regulations and downright quirky bills worthy of our Top 20"