The House will also take up H.R. 180, which would encourage "Blue Alert" plans throughout the country that disseminate information when a law enforcement officer is hurt or killed.

And, the House will consider S.Con.Res. 10, which would authorize the use of the Capitol Visitor Center for an event to celebrate the birthday of King Kamehameha.

Each of these bills is being considered on the suspension calendar, which means they will get less debate and will need a two-thirds majority vote for passage. Any roll call votes will happen at 6:30 p.m.

The Senate starts at 10 a.m., and could hold a vote at noon to end debate on S. 601, the Water Resources Development Act. However, Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidConservative Senate candidate calls on GOP to end filibuster Ex-Reid aide: McConnell's 'original sin' was casting ObamaCare as 'partisan, socialist takeover' GOP faces growing demographic nightmare in West MORE (D-Nev.) said he's hoping to reach a deal before noon that would allow senators to avoid the cloture vote.

Senators break at 12:30 p.m. for their regular caucus lunches.