Here are the big stories on the agenda today:
- Supreme Court nominee, Judge Sonia Sotomayor is heading back to Capitol Hill in a few hours for day two of confirmation hearings. She's almost certain to be confirmed to the high court, but not before a tough round of questions from Republicans. We'll talk to two of the senators who will question Judge Sotomayor today, Senators Chuck Schumer of New York and Orrin Hatch of Utah.
- Hole in a plane. With 131 people on-board, at 30-thousand feet, a hole the size of a football rips through the fuselage of a Southwest jet. The plane made an emergency landing in West Virginia. But this morning, the terrifying accident is leaving officials with more questions than answers.
- A Florida couple, shot to death in their home while nine of their adopted children were also in the house. This morning police say they expect to make more arrests and admit they don't think robbery was the only motive in this crime. We're live from Pensacola with the latest.
- New developments in a story you saw here on American Morning. You may remember the Pennsylvania swim club that barred a group of mostly black day-campers because, as the pool president said, their presence would "change the complexion" of the place. Some children said they overheard white members of the club saying things like: "what are all these black kids doing here?" Well now, after the story made national headlines, the swim club is pulling an about face and inviting the kids to come back. But parents say that's not enough. They want the resignation of all board members of the swim club – and plan to file a federal lawsuit against it.