Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
RAW POLITICS: Sen. McCain starts the day in South Park, PA where he’ll tour a Consol Energy facility and will be at a town hall meeting in Portsmouth, Ohio in the afternoon. Sen. Obama is expected on the Hill for votes on FISA and Medicare during the day and in the evening will attend a fundraiser in New York City.
FEMA’S TOXIC TRAILERS HEARING: House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hold hearings on “FEMA’s toxic trailers.”
U.S. POLICY TOWARD IRAN HEARING: House Foreign Affairs Committee holds a hearing entitled “U.S. Policy Toward Iran.” Under Secretary for Political Affairs, State Department William Burns is scheduled to testify.
SUICIDE-INDUCING DRUGS HEARING: House Veterans Affairs Committee holds a hearing entitled “Why Does the VA Continue to Give a Suicide-Inducing Drug to Veterans with PTSD?”
KISSEL MURDER CASE: Carlos and Leonard Trujillo, cousins accused of the murder of wealthy real estate developer Andrew Kissel have hearings scheduled in Stamford, CT.
MADAME TUSSAUD’S WAXWORKS OPENING: The museum opens in Berlin and includes a controversial statue of Hitler placed across from Winston Churchill.
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