Rep. Anthony Weiner's future in Congress continues to be a sore spot on Capitol Hill, as House Democrats contemplate this fate. Meantime, members of Congress are tangling with President Obama over the legality of U.S. involvement in Libya. CNN.com Live is your home for the latest news and views from Capitol Hill as they happen.
Today's programming highlights...
9:00 am ET - Casey Anthony trial - The defense presents its case in the trial of Casey Anthony, accused of killing her young daughter.
9:30 am ET - IBM marks 100th anniversary - IBM's president rings the opening bell on Wall Street to mark the company's 100th anniversary.
10:45 am ET - Pelosi briefing - The debate over Libya and the Anthony Weiner conflict will likely top House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's weekly briefing with reporters.
11:00 am ET - Dallas Mavericks parade - The celebration continues in Dallas for the NBA champion Mavericks, as a parade is held in the team's honor.
1:00 pm ET - White House briefing - Press Secretary Jay Carney is expected to discuss the debate over whether current U.S. action in Libya is legal.
2:00 pm ET - Gates' last Pentagon briefing - Robert Gates participates in his final Pentagon media briefing as defense secretary.
8:25 pm ET - Gingrich addresses GOP conference - Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich hopes to bounce back from a few campaign missteps as he addresses the Southern Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans.
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