Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- Just hours from now, history unfolds as the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Nominee, Judge Sonia Sotomayor begin. Democrats have the votes to confirm her, but Republicans plan to use her own words against her. We're live in Washington with what Sotomayor can expect.
- Democrats want an investigation and Republicans say they're just playing politics with the fierce backlash over former Vice President Dick Cheney's secret CIA program. There's growing pressure on the White House to act. Did the former VP break the law?
- She’s leaving office at the end of the month, but Alaska Governor Sarah Palin says she is not quitting politics. Along with an upcoming book, Palin says her future could include supporting democrats.
- Booze and your brain. We've all heard that a little wine every day can good for the heart, but a new study shows that some alcohol can be good for your brain, too. A couple of drinks a day may even reduce the risk of dementia. So what’s good and what’s one too many? Our Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has some guidelines.