The summer break is over in Washington, as Senate and House lawmakers return to Capitol Hill and get back to work. CNN.com Live is your home for all the latest from Congress.
Today's programming highlights...
8:30 am ET - Bloomberg talks post-9/11 New York - NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg discusses the city's response to the 9/11 attacks and its years of rebuilding and renewal.
11:00 am ET - British PM on the hot seat - British Prime Minister David Cameron is questioned by a parliamentary committee on the phone hacking scandal that brought down the "News of the World" tabloid.
1:30 pm ET - White House briefing - The economy and President Obama's upcoming jobs speech will likely top Jay Carney's agenda with the White House press corps.
2:00 pm ET - U.S. Postal Service crisis hearing - Can you imagine a world without the U.S. mail? Critics say that could happen unless the USPS gets its fiscal house in order. A House committee holds a hearing on the issue.
3:00 pm ET - Romney unveils jobs plan - Two days before President Obama discusses his plan to boost U.S. employment numbers, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney reveals his own proposals in Las Vegas.
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