Live coverage from Capitol Hill: Hearings on Russian interference, Supreme Court nominee

Mar 13, 2017

The week of March 20 is expected to be a busy one on Capitol Hill, as high-profile hearings take place in the House and Senate.

Hearing on Russian interference

On Monday, March 20, the House Intelligence Committee is holding a hearing on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election. FBI Director James Comey and Admiral Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, are among those being called to testify. The hearing is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

NPR News is offering live coverage, hosted by Lynn Neary, which we will provide via an online stream. There is also a live blog, including streaming video of the proceedings, with posts featuring highlights, context and analysis from NPR reporters and correspondents.

Listen:

NPR live coverage (below)

NPR live blog with video

Hearing for Supreme Court nominee

Tuesday, March 21 and Wednesday, March 22, there will also be special coverage online of the hearing for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. Gorsuch will be questioned by the Senate Judiciary Committee. The hearing is expected to begin around 9:30 a.m.. Ari Shapiro will host until the anticipated break for lunch, and special coverage will resume after that break until the conclusion of the hearing.

Listen:

NPR live coverage (below)

NPR live blog with video

Listen online

You can find both online-only live streams via the player below:

Note: This player will display the hourly newscast when there is no special coverage (before, between and after each event).

Wrap up of all proceedings

On Wednesday, we're also offering a live special from NPR News which wraps up the Senate Judiciary proceedings. Tune in Wednesday, March 22 at 8 p.m. online or on-air. Hosted by Ari Shapiro, the hour-long summary includes analysis by NPR legal correspondent Nina Totenberg; Tom Goldstein, publisher of SCOTUSblog, and NPR's senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving.