FBI Director James Comey is slated to testify Monday before the House intelligence committee.

The hearing, scheduled for 10 a.m. Eastern, will focus on the committee's investigation into Russian interference during the 2016 election campaign.

National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers also is scheduled to testify.

President Donald Trump's allegations that former President Barack Obama wiretapped New York's Trump Tower is expected to play a prominent role in the hearing.

KEY VOTES HAPPENING THIS WEEK

The House will take up the GOP's American Health Care Act along with bills to repeal the anti-trust exemption for health insurers and promote "association health plans" for small businesses.

The Senate will vote on the nomination of David M. Friedman as U.S. ambassador to Israel.

OIL COULD BEGIN FLOWING THROUGH DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE

Work to complete the final section of the Dakota Access pipeline underground and across Lake Oahe in North Dakota was expected to be completed late last week.

Once final testing is completed, oil could begin running through the pipeline. Energy Transfer Partners attorney William Scherman said oil could be introduced in the contested portion of the pipeline as early as Monday.

ACC HAS ONLY ONE TEAM LEFT IN NCAA TOURNAMENT

After beginning the NCAA Tournament with the most teams entered into the bracket, the Atlantic Coast Conference had a dreadful first week.

Only North Carolina remains in the field, which has been narrowed to 16 teams. Duke, Florida State, Louisville, Miami, Notre Dame, Virginia,Virginia Tech and Wake Forest were eliminated.

The tournament continues Thursday.

SENATE FINALLY BEGINS CONFIRMATION PROCESS FOR GORSUCH

WASHINGTON Thirteen months after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, the Senate is finally holding confirmation hearings to fill the vacancy, considering President Donald Trump's choice of Neil Gorsuch for the high court.

Republicans refused to even grant a hearing to former President Barack Obama's choice, Merrick Garland, insisting the next president should decide. Now, the Senate will exercise its "advice and consent" role, a politically fraught decision with liberals pressuring Democrats to reject Gorsuch.