Watch CNN.com Live for continuing coverage of the conflict in Libya and the nuclear crisis in Japan.
Today's programming highlights...
8:00 am ET - Obama heads to El Salvador - President Obama begins his day in Chile, but he'll soon be headed to El Salvador as nears the conclusion of his tour of Latin American countries.
9:30 am ET - 'Mexico Day' on Wall Street - The Mexican ambassador to the United States joins corporate leaders from Mexican companies in ringing the opening bell on Wall Street.
2:00 pm ET - World Water Day event - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton plans to sign a memorandum of understanding that pledges to support water security in developing countries. She may also bring up the situations in Libya and Japan in her remarks.
2:45 pm ET - Obama arrives in El Salvador - During his visit, Obama will hold talks with El Salvador President Mauricio Funes. The two will then hold a news conference with reporters. Questions on Libya and Japan may come up during the briefing.
4:00 pm ET - Medal of Honor recipients visit Wall Street - More than 30 Medal of Honor recipients ring the closing bell on Wall Street.
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Run away Mr. President....run away....from the problems. Go hide in Kayna...there is no media or TV there. Go to the Masaii village. Don't run for 2nd term, it might be alots of problem than now.
This trip was planned before Libyia happened. He can do more than one thing at a time. He says what he has to say and goes on to the next problem or clean up after Bush era. He made no promises that getting over the near depression was going to be easy. He has actually made some amends with other countries that Bush had burned our bridges with.
Barack Obama humble because smart http://bit.ly/hyoQjD
Piers Morgan is professional but he is repeat ed so much I now have switched to BBC & El Jazera for news.
The Situation Room is so important for USA News. It is sad that Wolf comes out so rarely. Bring him back PLEASE!
Jacques: President Obama is an American. He cannot run, amer-I CAN. Get it? I CAN.
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