The battle over a federal budget continues in Washington, and a partial government shutdown could occur if a deal cannot be reached by the end of the day. Watch CNN.com Live for continuing coverage on this developing story.
Today's programming highlights...
9:00 am ET - Casey Anthony hearing - Another hearing takes place in the case of the Florida woman accused of killing her young daughter. Today, attorneys will present final arguments on scientific evidence that may be presented at trial.
10:00 am ET - House budget debate - House lawmakers again take up the budget dispute and possible government shutdown this morning on Capitol Hill. Senators hold a similar debate at 11:00 am ET.
10:30 am ET - Human rights report released - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unveils the State Department's latest report on global human rights.
12:02 pm ET - Gingrich speaks at conservative conference - When he was House Speaker in 1995, Newt Gingrich was the face of the GOP during the last government shutdown. Now Gingrich is contemplating a run for president in 2012, and the latest budget battle could come up in his remarks at a conservative conference in Virginia.
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