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Today's programming highlights...
8:30 am ET - Libya debate at House of Commons - British Foreign Secretary William Hague will discuss the Libya conflict when he addresses the House of Commons in London.
9:00 am ET - Casey Anthony hearing - The second day of hearings into the admissibility of scientific evidence in the Casey Anthony trial continues today.Â Anthony is the Florida woman accused of killing her young daughter.
12:30 pm ET - Sweat lodge manslaughter trial - The trial of James Arthur Ray, accused of manslaughter in the deaths of three people in a "sweat lodge "ceremony, continues in Sedona, Arizona.
2:00 pm ET - U.S. Census briefing - Ever wonder what happens to the Census forms we fill out every decade?Â The director of the U.S. Census Bureau tries to answer that question today, as he discuss Census redistricting data and a new national mean center of population.
3:00 pm ET - Space shuttle briefing - The crew of space shuttle Endeavour discusses next month's mission to the international space station.
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