Bonds trial: The jury resumes deliberations in the perjury trial of Major League home run king Barry Bonds at 8:30 a.m. PT.
The 12 jurors have had three full days of deliberations on perjury and obstruction of justice charges the federal government brought against Bonds, alleging he lied to a federal grand jury in 2003 about knowingly taking anabolic steroids and getting injections from anyone but his doctors.
Defense lawyers argued that prosecutors essentially entrapped Bonds with their questioning in December 2003, before the federal grand jury investigating the illegal distribution of performance-enhancing drugs to athletes.
Bonds, 46, is on trial for in a San Francisco federal court for three perjury counts and one count of obstruction of justice, each carrying a 10-year prison sentence upon conviction. Prosecutors dropped a fourth perjury charge last week.
Deficit reduction: President Barack Obama will outline his plan for reducing the nation's long-term deficits in an afternoon speech at George Washington University in the nation's capital.
The president is scheduled to speak at 1:30 p.m. after meeting at the White House in the morning with congressional leaders.
The speech is a response to a Republican budget plan for the next fiscal year released last week by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, that would overhaul the Medicare and Medicaid government health care programs for the elderly while reforming the tax code to lower rates and eliminate loopholes.
Libya's future: An international conference on the Libya's future is set to begin Wednesday in Qatar.
A delegation from the United Nations, including Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, will attend the first meeting of the Libya Contact Group in the Qatari capital of Doha. The group also includes officials from the European Union, the Arab League, NATO, the African Union and several countries. Members from the Libyan opposition's Transitional National Council will appear before the group.
Former Libyan foreign minister Moussa Koussa is expected to meet with Qatari government officials and Libyan representatives in Doha "to offer insights in advance of the Contact Group meeting," the British government said. Koussa, a longtime confidant of Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi and a former intelligence chief, fled to London last month after resigning from Gadhafi's regime.