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Today's programming highlights...
11:45 am ET - Biden speaks out on school violence - Vice President Joe Biden discusses violence against women at schools and college campuses during a visit to the University of New Hampshire. He may also bring up President Obama's re-election announcement.
12:00 pm ET - House lawmakers back at work – The deadline is approaching for a government spending plan to be approved and signed into law. House lawmakers get back to work on the issue today. Senate is back in session at 2:00 pm ET.
12:00 pm ET - White House briefing – Don't be surprised if government spending is a focal point of Press Secretary Jay Carney's briefing with the White House press corps, along with Libya, Japan and President Obama's re-election announcement.
6:18 pm ET - Space station crew heads into orbit - The shuttle program may be coming to an end, but the international space station continues to grow. The three newest station residents head to the structure tonight as they lift off in Kazakhstan.
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