The Senate will finally reach the end of debating the Keystone bill.
The House will vote Wednesday on a bill to expedite liquefied natural gas exports, while the Senate will vote on amendments to the Keystone bill.
The House will consider more legislation to enhance law enforcement efforts against human trafficking, while the Senate may try again on Keystone.
The House will consider legislation to fight human trafficking, while the Senate will pick up where it left off on Keystone.
House eyes a border security bill while Senate works toward a final Keystone vote.
The House will consider legislation to expedite approval of natural gas pipeline applications, while the Senate will continue debating a bill to approve the Keystone XL pipeline.
President Obama's address will dominate the day.
Obama's address will be bookended by debate on the two controversial issues.
The House will consider funding for the Department of Homeland Security and a bill making changes to the Dodd-Frank law.
The Senate will continue debating the Keystone pipeline, while the House will begin consideration of regulatory reform and DHS funding.