• Friday June 22, 2012 Happening Now

      New developments in the Fast and Furious gun walking scandal. The full Congress will vote next week about whether or not to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt.. If that happens, it would have to be enforced by someone who works underneath Holder.. not very likely. Both sides are digging in for a long and ugly fight.

      William La Jeunesse talked with slain border patrol agent Brian Terry's parent, Kent and Josephine. He'll have parts of that conversation for us today.

      President Obama to address the same group of Hispanics that Governor Mitt Romney spoke to yesterday. He's at the NALEO Conference in Orlando, FL. The Governor has no public events scheduled.

      1340EDT -- POTUS makes remarks at NALEO Conference. Orlando, FL. LIVE

      Horrific new details emerging in the sex abuse case against Jerry Sandusky. The jury now has the case, but there are reports that Sandusky's adopted *son* was planning on testifying that he too was sexually assaulted by his father.. We could get a verdict as soon as today.

      European leaders are meeting today in Rome to try to come up with ways to ease their debt crisis. There's also a plan being considered to tax financial transactions.. that would help fund future bailouts.

      This comes as Moody's downgraded the debt of some 15 major banks. Stocks plunged yesterday with the Dow falling more than 250 points. Oil fell below $78 a barrel! Fears are growing about how quickly the global economy is slowing.

      Taliban terrorists killed 17 people - mostly civilians - in an attack on a lakeside hotel north of Kabul.

      The Associated Press is reporting that the U.S. is so fed up with lack of cooperation by Pakistan, they are considering allowing joint-U.S.-Afghan commando raids *inside* Pakistan to combat attacks in Afghanistan by groups operating in Pakistan .

      The United States and South Korea conducting massive war games today near the DMZ... the heavily armed border between South and North Korea. It comes at a time of increasing tension of increasingly irrational North Korean behavior.

      The Muslim Brotherhood is calling for a "million man" march today to Tahrir Square to protest moves by the Army to limit the popularly elected government.