Watch CNN.com Live for continuing coverage of the crisis in Japan.
Today's programming highlights...
Ongoing coverage - Japan earthquake/tsunami aftermath
9:30 am ET - Energy secretary talks Japan, budget - Energy Secretary Steven Chu testifies before a Congressional committee on budget priorities.Â He is also expected to take questions on the Japan crisis and possible U.S. ramifications.
9:30 am ET - NYSE opening bell - How will Wall Street react to the Tokyo Nikkei rebound?Â Author Mary Higgins Clark rings the opening bell.
10:00 am ET - Gen. Petraeus discusses Afghanistan - Gen. David Petraeus returns to Capitol Hill to discuss the situation in Afghanistan with the Senate Armed Services Committee.Â He may also make a statement on Japan.
1:00 pm ET - White House briefing - The crisis in Japan and the Libyan civil war are expected to top Jay Carney's agenda when he speaks to the White House press corps.
3:30 pm ET - Nuclear crisis briefing - The chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission joins lawmakers to discuss the Japan crisis and possible ramifications for the U.S.
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