The House starts at 9 a.m., and before noon it will pass legislation to delay ObamaCare's individual mandate for five years.
The House meets in the afternoon to take up two more government oversight bills, including one that would require the government to tell Congress when it fails to enforce a law.
The House meets in the afternoon to start work on two bills aimed at reining in what Republicans say is a lawless Obama administration.
The House returns to work in the afternoon on several suspension bills, including a package of three bills to tweak ObamaCare.
The Senate returns late Monday to hold a procedural vote on a judicial nominee, and then pass a bill to boost protections for victims of sexual assault in the U.S. Armed Forces.
House Republicans will try again to undermine ObamaCare's individual mandate, just weeks before most Americans will be required by law to have health insurance.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) is planning an all-night session in the Senate Monday to discuss climate change, according to his staff.
The House meets Thursday morning to consider two energy bills, and a new bill added to the agenda that would help Ukraine finance energy purchases in the face of a Russian military intervention that has the world on edge.
The House starts legislative work in the afternoon on the latest Republican bill to tweak ObamaCare.
The House returns after a snowstorm gave members a day off — today, they'll work on up to eight suspension bills to make up for lost time.