The defense makes its closing arguments today in the trial of George Zimmerman. After that, Judge Debra Nelson will instruct the jury on the law, and the jury will begin its deliberations.
A must read: There was a nasty spat on the Senate floor late yesterday between Majority Leader Harry Reid and his Republican counterpart Mitch McConnell. You get the sense that these two guys don't really like each other.
In the House, Republicans pushed through a farm bill that stripped away food stamps for the neediest Americans.
Voters see Washington's dysfunction for what it is: A new poll finds a majority of Americans say Republicans are just determined to block President Obama.
As she contemplates a 2016 presidential run, Hillary Clinton is tapping into what The New York Times calls a "speechmaking gold mine". In other Hillary news, Howard Dean says Clinton will face a primary challenge from a "next generation candidate" and won't get a pass from Democrats.
The United States is urging Latin American countries to deny asylum for NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Virginia's Republican governor Bob McDonnell was once in the conversation about national office. Now he's suffered a stunning fall from grace.
Road to Redemption: It looks like Eliot Spitzer will be on the ballot -- he delivered some 27,000 signatures to city hall by last night's deadline. He only needed 3,750.