The situation in the Middle East and North Africa continues to evolve, and CNN.com Live has you covered with the latest developments from the region.
Today's programming highlights...
10:00 am ET - House hearing on 2012 federal budget - President Obama's proposed budget for next fiscal year caused quite a buzz in Washington Monday. Expect more of the same this morning when OMB Director Jacob Lew testifies before the House Budget committee. Lew will also testify before the Senate Budget Committee at 2:00 pm ET.
12:30 pm ET - Internet freedom discussion - Social media played a critical role in the Egyptian revolution, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to bring that up when she delivers an address on global internet freedom in Washington.
1:00 pm ET - NASA briefing on comet flyby - NASA will discuss the results of the Stardust-NExT mission spacecraft's close encounter with comet Tempel 1.
1:30 pm ET - Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony - The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the highest award bestowed to a civilian in the United States. Today, President Obama awards the medal to several recipients, including former president George H.W. Bush, investor Warren Buffett, poet Maya Angelou and baseball great Stan Musial.
4:00 pm ET - Figure skaters on Wall Street - The Winter Olympics don't happen for another three years, but who says figure skaters can't stay busy off the ice? U.S. skating greats Evan Lysacek, Sarah Hughes and Tara Lipinski ring the closing bell on Wall Street.
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