Here's what you need to know to start your day. This morning, we're monitoring:
* A man was arrested in an alleged plot to strike the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol with remote controlled planes packed with explosives.
* The Justice Department is asking the Supreme Court to look at President Obama's health care law.
* Michael Jackson's assistant testified in the Conrad Murray trial yesterday on the chaotic scene he witnessed when Jackson stopped breathing.
* In Iran, the attorney for the two American hikers who were released last week says he was briefly detained by security forces on Tuesday.
* The House is expected to approve a bipartisan Senate deal that temporarily averts a partial government shutdown.
* Just in to CNN: Sen. John McCain is in Libya. He arrived in the capital of Tripoli a short time ago.
* Tampa Bay Rays grab the American league wildcard slot with a 12th inning walk-off homer against the Yankees, completing an historic comeback.
Tune in to American Morning every morning for the most news in the morning at 6am Eastern.