By Lester Holt, NBC News anchor
A lot of the political drama in the health care debate has played out on the weekends, with critical votes in both the House and Senate taking place on Saturday evenings. Today, following yesterday's Senate debate, President Barack Obama has made his way to Capitol Hill to talk to fellow Democrats about finding common ground on a health care reform package. On tonight's program we'll look at what's dividing the party on health care reform, and how much room for compromise there might be.
Keith Miller will continue his reporting on the aftermath of the Amanda Knox verdict in Perugia, Italy. Amid suggestions here in this country that Knox's murder conviction may have been rooted in anti-Americanism, Keith talks to Italians about how they feel about the verdict that condemns the young American student to 26 years in prison. He'll also break down the appeals process and tell us what Knox's lawyers will base their appeal on.
We'll also go live to Copenhagen to talk to Anne Thompson about this week's conference on climate change.
I hope you can join us for the Sunday edition of NBC Nightly News.