June 20-24, 2005

20 Monday

President Bush meets E.U. leaders at the White House.

Adelphia executives scheduled for sentencing on securities fraud conviction.

Brookings Institution hosts forum on health care costs.

National Federation of Independent Businesses opens leadership conference at the Mandarin Oriental.

Economic indicators: May leading indicators.

21 Tuesday

Former federal judge Thomas Penfield Jackson speaks on the Microsoft antitrust case at the National Press Club.

Brookings hosts forum on savings in low income households.

House Ways & Means panel resumes hearings on Social Security.

Institute for International Economics hosts forum on European economies.

22 Wednesday

New America Foundation hosts forum on U.S. economic future at Hyatt Regency.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosts forum on Central American trade treaty.

Georgetown University hosts forum on business ethics at the National Press Club.

Senate Commerce and House Transportation panels hold hearings on airline pensions.

House Commerce panel holds hearing on Medicaid drug benefits.

23 Thursday

Senate Finance Committee holds hearing on U.S.-China economic relations.

House Resources Committee holds hearing on U.S. oil reserves.

Economic indicators: May existing home sales.

24 Friday

Progress and Freedom Foundation hosts forum on media concentration.

European Institute hosts forum on economic impact of increased China trade.

Economic indicators: May durable goods and new home sales.