Keystone Pipeline failed to pass in the Senate last night by one vote, but the fight isn't over. You can expect to see legislation in support to reappear early next year.

Same deal with the NSA overhaul.. It failed as well, but the fight isn't over. Senators also punted on the nomination of Loretta Lynch to be Attorney General.

There's a hearing at 10am on the failures of the Secret Service with the acting director testifying.

1000EST -- House Judiciary Cmte holds hearing on "Oversight of the US Secret Service". Acting Secret Service Dir Joseph Clancy testifies. LIVE

There's also a hearing into the technology failures at Healthcare.gov that we'll be monitoring for news. So far this year's open enrollment running much more smooth.

The President is holding a conference with school leaders on digital learning at 11:05AM. He'll also sign a block grant law for child development. It gives money to states to help poor working families hire child care.

More records shattered in the markets yesterday. The Dow closed up 40 points.. it's 26th record this year. The S&P also closed higher at its 43rd record close this year. We get earnings reports from Target and Staples today.

Speaking of shattered records.. it is COLD in case you hadn't noticed. All 48 continental U.S. states are having freezing temps with record lows in the eastern two-thirds of the country through today.. according the Associated Press. 6 feet of snow in parts of upstate New York. 6 have been killed across the country.

The NTSB is calling for a nationwide recall of Takata airbags over fears they explode on impact in some cases.

Conor Powell is reporting on the fallout from the attack on the synagogue that left five dead yesterday in Jerusalem. Expect retaliation today.

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