Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- The battle over what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi knew about waterboarding, and when she knew it is heating up this morning. House Minority Leader John Boehner says Pelosi should prove the CIA misled her about harsh interrogation of terror suspects, or apologize to our intelligence officials around the world.
- President Obama diving right into the abortion debate in face of hecklers at Notre Dame University. The president urged both sides in the battle to open their hearts and minds and seek common ground. It’s something that may become harder to accomplish as he chooses his first Supreme Court nominee.
- An assistant principal from New York may be the city's first swine flu-related death. Officials say he was hospitalized with the H1N1 virus. His school is one of 11 now closed in New York due to what the health commissioner is calling a "rising tide" of flu.
- The Los Angeles area shaken by a magnitude four-point seven earthquake. It's the largest to hit the area since last year. The rumbling lasted about 10 to 15 seconds and was felt as far away as San Diego. The Los Angeles fire department says there are no reports of major damage or any injuries.
- United and Divided. The future of the Middle East could rest on a relationship being built today. In just a few hours, President Obama sits down with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. We’ll ask a former adviser to six Secretaries of State about whether the two leaders can work through the roadblocks to peace.