Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
RAW POLITICS: Sen. John McCain is holding a town hall meeting in Kansas City. Sen. Barack Obama has no scheduled events.
UP CLOSE: Todd Bentley used to be an obscure preacher in British Columbia. He is now heading the largest faith healing revival in North America. He says people are cured of horrible diseases every night at the revivals. But is Bentley really causing excessive harm instead? Seven nights a week, under a huge tent in central Florida, thousands of people are showing up to witness what they believe are miracles. Other preachers are warning their flocks to stay away from Bentley.
ISSUE #1: Al Gore gives a speech on energy & climate change. The speech, according to Gore’s office, will offer a new way of thinking about energy production and consumption. It will propose a means of tapping America's innovative skills to build a more secure energy future
ESTABLISHING A MODERN POVERTY MEASURE HEARING: House Ways and Means Committee’s Income Security and Family Support Subcommittee holds a hearing on “Establishing a Modern Poverty Measure.”
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