The Rundown, 9/10

While today will mostly be about reactions to President Obama's speech to Congress, with pundits, commentators and observers in full effect, other things will also happen, like...

Obama will hold a Cabinet meeting at the White House, then meet with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, before welcoming the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins to the White House at 6 p.m.

Congress's return to session means one thing for Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner: more testifying on the TARP program. He'll appear before the Congressional Oversight Panel this afternoon. But he'll also break free from the halls of Congress for a CNBC town-hall event at the Newseum in Washington, DC...the event is being called "Banking on Geithner"...CNBC's pun editor is evidently on top of his game.

The House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on "Competition and Commerce in Digital Books"...and perhaps they'll determine why the Kindle is so expensive (hint: it comes with free wireless for downloads), and the House Foreign Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on Iraq status, as hearings and markups abound onissues big and small.