On the thirty-sixth day of his presidency, President Obama will make his first major address to a joint session of Congress. The speech begins at 9 p.m. ET, and you can watch on CBS and here on CBSNews.com. Following network coverage, we will feature a Web-only special with more reaction and analysis, hosted by Katie Couric. You can submit questions for Katie and the CBS News political team here.
In the morning, Mr. Obama will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso in the Oval Office.
Here is Mr. Obama's full schedule, as released by the White House (all times Eastern):
9:00AM: President Obama receives Presidential Daily Briefing
9:30AM: President Obama receives Economic Daily Briefing
9:50AM: President Obama meets with senior advisers
10:30AM: President Obama meets with Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso
4:30PM: President Obama and Vice President Biden meet with Secretary of Defense Gates
8:35PM: President Obama departs The White House en route The Capitol
9:01PM: President Obama addresses a joint session of Congress
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Kevin Hechtkopf is CBSNews.com's politics editor.