• Pres. Obama speaks to Planned Parenthood

      President Obama to speak with Planned Parenthood at the annual gala in Washington today at 11:20. It's the first time a sitting President has addressed the group. James Rosen reporting.

      1120EDT -- POTUS delivers remarks at the Planned Parenthood Gala. Washington Marriott Wardman Park. LIVE

      New details in the terror attack on Boston. U.S. Marshalls tell FoxNews.com that the surviving suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev is being moved to a federal prison facility. Yesterday, Mayor Mike Bloomberg of NYC said Dzhokar and his brother Tamerlan had decided to attack New York City's Times Square next. That was their plan until the carjacked car they were driving ran out of gas, and the driver escaped at a stop for gas. Sources also told Fox News Tamerlan Tsarnaev's names was also on a CIA watchlist. There's also a hearing that we may be able to mine for sound this morning. Molly Line and Catherine Herridge reporting.

      1030EDT -- House Cmte on Foreign Affairs joint hearing of the Subcmte on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats and the Subcmte on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade on Islamic Extremism in Chechnya; A Threat to the U.S. Homeland? LIVE

      The U.S. and Britain now say there is evidence Syria has used chemical weapons against their own people. Still, the U.S. seems to be moving that "red line" that would have prompted U.S. military action. There's a hearing today on the threats in Syria and North Korea.

      0930EDT -- All House Member's Classified Briefing on Syria and N Korea. Majority Ldr Cantor announced yesterday members are expected to be briefed by Secy Kerry, Deputy Secy of Defense Ashton Carter, Joint Chiefs Vice Chair Adm Sandy Winnefeld, and Deputy DNI Robert Cardillo. LIVE STAKEOUT

      The Senate passed legislation late last night aiming to ease the headaches from the sequestration on the FAA.. to deal with the delays and troubles at U.S. airports. The House could take it up as soon as today.

      We get initial GDP numbers today for the first quarter. This could have an impact on the markets. Analysts expect the economy grew at a rate of 3.1%.

      South Korea is pulling workers out of North Korea as tensions continue to escalate. War games between the U.S. and South Korea are ongoing.

      Japan is allowing the resumption of Dreamliner 787 flights.

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