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 November 14, 2012 – Scandal ensnaring David Petraeus, John Allen focuses on e-mails, austerity anger drives Europe protests and Stephen Colbert's super PAC says good night...
• Scandal ensnaring David Petraeus, John Allen focuses on e-mails: "The complicated web entangling an ex-CIA director, a mistress, a military general and a woman he allegedly flirted with got no less confusing Wednesday, though the U.S. defense secretary insisted facts will emerge."
• Austerity anger drives Europe protests: "A wave of anger over austerity is sweeping across Europe as workers fed up with government spending cuts and tax rises take to the streets in a coordinated day of action."
• Fiscal cliff headache for middle class: "If lawmakers fail to protect the middle class from having to pay the Alternative Minimum Tax by Dec. 31, next year's tax filing season will be a mess for tens of millions of taxpayers."
• Facebook shares set to flood market: "It's déjà vu all over again for Facebook. On Wednesday, the company faces yet another day when millions of shares could hit the market - and this may the biggest potential stock dump by far."
• Stephen Colbert shuts super PAC, keeps money: "The super PAC started by comedian Stephen Colbert has officially closed its doors, according to filings posted late Tuesday night on the Federal Election Commission's website."