There are two big votes on Capitol Hill tomorrow, and we'll talk about both on the show today. First, the House is taking a bill on Russian sanctions. They're a source of tension with the White House and some businesses in the European Union who say they'll be squeezed. Then: As health care keeps gobbling up more and more of our economy, controlling costs is something everybody agrees on. Ahead of another Senate vote tomorrow, we'll look at the Affordable Care Act's Innovation Center, which finds ways to slow spending while looking out for patients. Plus, some of the best views of the upcoming solar eclipse will be from rural Oregon. That's an economic super nova for one farming town.