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Sen. Clinton's much anticipated post-CODEL press conference is being moved to tomorrow to accommodate part of the CODEL that remained in Germany unexpectedly. (On Sunday, Adam Nagourney and Patrick Healy of the New York Times set the stage for Sen. Clinton's now-delayed remarks. LINK

Also, jury selection is scheduled to begin at 9:30 am ET in the Scooter Libby trial in Washington, DC. Keep hitting that refresh button on your favorite blogs for updates. LINK

In South Carolina today, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) announces that he has won the endorsement of South Carolina House Speaker Bobby Harrell. More from the Washington Post's Chris Cillizza. LINK

Sen. McCain touts the endorsement on a three-city Palmetto State tour with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and South Carolina Attorney General Henry McMaster which began at Greenville Downtown Airport at 9:00 am. The group also holds a press conference at the South Carolina Statehouse at 11:30 am ET and then at Charleston International Airport at 1:00 pm ET.

President Bush meets with the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon in the Oval Office at 1:15 pm ET. The Major-League-Baseball-team-owner-turned-president then participates in a photo op and delivers remarks to the 2006 Major League Baseball champion St. Louis Cardinals in the East Room of the White House at 2:35 pm ET.

Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at the naming ceremony for the USS Gerald R. Ford at the Pentagon at 11:00 am ET.

The Senate returns today and resumes its consideration of the ethics bill with earmark disclosure scheduled to be one of the hot topics of debate.

The House convenes at 12:30 pm ET for morning business.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) holds his weekly pen and pad briefing with reporters at noon ET at the Capitol.

The Supreme Court hears oral arguments at 10:00 am ET. Among the cases it will hear today are Safeco Insurance Co. v. Burr and GEICO v. Edo. Consolidated. These cases pit insurance companies against consumers over the issue of whether the companies should be required to notify customers when their credit score is used against them.

Be sure to check out the rest of today's schedule items and a look at the week ahead in politics below.

2008: Democrats: Obama:

Under the headline "Obama Hat Set for Ring," The New York Post's Maggie Haberman reports that several sources say that Obama will reveal something tomorrow and that the plan is for his headquarters to be in Chicago with a fundraising operation in New York. LINK

In an article headlined "Obama Inches Closer to Announcing," the Chicago Tribune's David Mendell writes that Sen. Barack Obama has added "a 'very' to the 'soon,'" but also Noted that he is having some security and privacy considerations referring to the People magazine photo, "Finding out that there was a photographer lurking in the bushes when I was playing on the beach with my kids is a source of concern. But that's not going to stop me from doing what I think is best for the country and how I can best serve." LINK

The Chicago Sun-Times' Maureen O'Donnell cites Obama's spokesman Robert Gibbs as (once again) saying that the decision would be announced this week, but Obama made clear he purposely didn't make the announcement on Martin Luther King Day, "'We will have an announcement very soon, but I didn't want to use this day to indicate my plans because I am humbled by what Dr. King accomplished.'" LINK

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