After days of protest and finger-pointing, a controversial hearing on so-called "Muslim radicalization" begins on Capitol Hill. CNN.com Live is there for gavel-to-gavel coverage of the event.
Today's programming highlights...
9:30 am ET - 'Muslim radicalization' hearing - Rep. Peter King, the New York Republican who called this hearing, calls it a serious look at the extent of "radicalization" in the American Muslim community. Critics say it's McCarthyism with a new target. Following the hearing, Rep. King will discuss the day's events with reporters.
10:35 am ET - Obamas tackle bullying - Schools, parents and students are struggling to deal with how to prevent bullying. Today, President Obama and the first lady will take on that issue at a special White House conference.
11:30 am ET - Lindsay Lohan returns to court - The troubled actress heads to court to answer to charges that she stole a necklace from a jewelry store. She has been given until today to consider a plea deal.
1:30 pm ET - White House briefing - The civil war in Libya and the budget controversies on Capitol Hill and in Wisconsin are expected to top Jay Carney's agenda during his daily briefing with the White House press corps.
3:00 pm ET - WikiLeaks and information sharing hearing - WikiLeaks takes center stage before the Senate Homeland Security Committee, as lawmakers look at the state of government information sharing in the wake of massive classified information leaks.
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