Today is the New Hampshire presidential primaries, and CNN.com Live will be there for all the results and reactions from the Granite State.
Today's programming highlights...
10:30 am ET - Gingrich goes to the polls - GOP candidate Newt Gingrich visits a polling station in Bedford, New Hampshire. Other candidates are expected to do the same statewide.
10:45 am ET - Perry in South Carolina - While the other major GOP candidates campaign in New Hampshire, Gov. Rick Perry is focusing on South Carolina. He'll hold a town hall-style meeting in Fort Mill.
11:00 am ET - College drum major hazing briefing - The family of a Florida A&M drum major who died of suspected hazing will speak with reporters.
1:00 pm ET - 'Doomsday Clock' announcement –For 65 years, the Bureau of Atomic Scientists has maintained a symbolic clock that estimate how close the world is to global disaster. The closer the clock is to midnight, the more likely disaster will happen. Currently, the clock stands at six minutes to midnight, but the group may change the time today.
2:45 pm ET - Obama talks to EPA employees - President Obama will speak to work at Environmental Protection Agency headquarters.
6:00 pm ET - New Hampshire primary results and reactions - CNN.com Live will be at the primary night parties for all the major GOP presidential candidates as the results come in and the candidates react to them.
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