Thursday's live video events
President Obama will be answering questions this afternoon, but not via a news conference. Instead, he's responding to questions submitted via YouTube and Twitter.
January 27th, 2011
07:40 AM ET

Thursday's live video events

Snow may have blanketed the Northeast corridor, but that doesn't mean the news is taking the day off.  CNN.com Live has the latest from Capitol Hill and around the globe today.

10:00 am ET - Economic outlook hearing - The economy was a key focal point of President Obama's State of the Union address, and it's the topic of discussion at a Senate Budget Committee hearing.  The committee will look at the economic outlook for this fiscal year.

10:00 am ET - Health care hearing - The debate over whether to repeal last year's health care reform package moves to a Congressional hearing room, as HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and others testify on the impact of reform on consumers.

10:00 am ET - Senate Tea Party Caucus - The Tea Party Movement continues to make waves in Washington, and activists from around the country will gather in the nation's capital to participate in a question and answer session with three U.S. Senators.

2:00 pm ET - State of Homeland Security address - The controversial color-coded threat system looks to be going the way of the leisure suit.  Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is expected to announce that the system will be replaced during her "State of Homeland Security" address in Washington.

2:30 pm ET - Obama answers questions online - President Obama will be answering questions this afternoon, but not via a news conference.  Instead, he's responding to questions submitted via YouTube and Twitter.

CNN.com Live is your home for breaking news as it happens.


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  1. Cesar

    The people of America and illegal aliens demand health care, Now!

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