Congressional Calendar May 25, 2010

President Obama heads to the Hill Tuesday and he’ll be stopping behind enemy lines. He plans to meet with the Senate Republican caucus for a “wide ranging discussion.” It’ll be closed press, but we expect Senate Republicans to speak after the meeting.

Contract with America 2 or just a bunch of hullabaloo? House Republicans hold a 10:30 a.m. ET press conference at the Newseum just down Pennsylvania Avenue to unveil a new initiative, “America Speaking Out,” a listening program to help the minority party create a new policy agenda. They hope to use the “Speaking Out” proposals to win back the House in November.

Oil continues to spill into the Gulf of Mexico, and Congress continues its investigation into what went wrong and who is accountable for the incident. At 10:00 a.m. ET, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hears from a panel of legal experts on the liability and financial responsibility issues arising from the environmental catastrophe.

The man who wrote the book on Nuclear Weapons and Foreign Policy, Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, tells the Senate Foreign Relations Committee what he thinks about the new START treaty that the White House has negotiated with Russia at 9:30 a.m. ET.

Solicitor General Elena Kagan returns to Capitol Hill for another week of visits ahead of her June 28 confirmation hearing to become the newest member of the Supreme Court.

Newsmakers will be all over the Capitol grounds Tuesday making headlines early and often, so stay with Fox News for the latest.