Wondering how this coming week will shape up? Here's a look ahead at some of the events on tap.
|Monday, June 11: Opening Statements in Trial of Former Penn State Coach Jerry Sandusky|
Testimony in the trial is scheduled to begin Monday with opening statements. Sandusky, 68, is charged with 52 counts of child sex abuse involving 10 boys. The first witness is expected to be "Victim 4," who is now 28 and will support his accusations with "creepy" love letters that Sandusky allegedly sent to him and other boys.
|Tuesday, June 12: Special Election in Arizona to Replace Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' Seat|
The Democratic field is already set. Ron Barber, the former district director for Giffords, is running unopposed. He has Giffords' endorsement. On the Republican side, there are currently four candidates in the race: State Senator Frank Antenori; Martha McSally, a retired air force pilot; sports broadcaster Dave Sitton; and Jesse Kelly, a former marine who ran unsuccessfully against Giffords in 2010. Giffords was shot in the head in January 2011 during a political meet-and-great outside a supermarket in Tucson. Six people died and 12 people, including Giffords, were injured. Giffords resigned from her seat in January.
|Tuesday, June 12-15: Alleged 9/11 Mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Arraigned Before Gitmo Military Court|
The case against the alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other accused plotters are scheduled to take place in Guantanamo Bay. Last month, the proceedings in a courtroom at Gitmo got off to a rocky start as Mohammed, defiantly refused to respond to questions posed to him by Col. James Pohl, who is presiding over the case.
|Friday, June 15: High Wire Performer's Tightrope Walk Across Niagra Falls|
Wallenda will walk approximately 1,550 feet on a tightrope wire, suspended 173 feet above the raging waters of Niagara Falls, from the U.S. to Canada - an unprecedented feat that has been banned for over 125 years. Click here for ABC News' full coverage
|Friday, June 15: 4th Anniversary of Caylee Anthony Last Seen Alive|
On June 15, 2008, Florida mother Casey Anthony claims to have seen her daughter Caylee for the last time. She said she dropped the little girl off at a babysitter's home and when she returned to pick her up, neither Casey nor the babysitter were there. On July 15, 2008, Caylee Anthony was reported missing. Casey Anthony was later accused of killing Caylee. On July 5, 2011, Casey Anthony was acquitted on charges of murdering her daughter, Caylee, at the Orange County Courthouse in Orlando, Fla. Jurors reached a decision in fewer than 11 hours in a case that attracted huge media interest.