The work week may be coming to an end, but CNN.com Live has a full plate on its schedule, as the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded, while the debate over "don't ask, don't tell" continues to grow.
Today's programming highlights...
7:00 am ET - Nobel Peace Prize ceremony - The Nobel Peace Prize ceremony is held in Oslo, Norway. The winner is imprisoned Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo.
9:30 am ET - Senate in session - House Democrats may have thumbed their noses at it, but the Senate will debate extending the Bush-era tax cuts, among other issues,Â today.
11:00 am ET - Prize for Peace: Nobel 2010 - Live from Oslo, Norway, CNNâ€™s Jonathan Mann profiles this yearâ€™s Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Liu Xiaobo, in the same hall where the Nobel ceremony will have taken place just a few hours earlier.
12:00Â pmÂ ET - 'Don't ask, don't tell' rally - It's immediate future remains in limbo, but activists plan to rally in Washington to call on the Senate to remain in session until the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy is revealed.
2:30 pmÂ ET - Eleanor Roosevelt Awards - The State Department honors outstanding American promoters of human rights.
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