Here’s a look at some of the stories on our radar for tomorrow:
RAW POLITICS: Sen. McCain will be at a town hall meeting in Racine, WI while Sen. Obama attends one in Cedar Rapids, IA. President Bush is scheduled to make a statement on Iraq in the morning.
TED STEVENS: Indicted Sen. Ted Stevens will make his first court appearance Thursday afternoon in Federal District Court in Washington. The Alaska Republican was indicted Tuesday on charges of lying about receiving gifts from an Alaska-based energy company on whose behalf he intervened in Washington. Stevens has denied the charges.
MILITARY SEXUAL ASSAULTS HEARING: The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s National Security and Foreign Affairs Subcommittee holds a hearing on "Sexual Assault in the Military."
11-YEAR-OLD COMPETENCY HEARING: Scheduled date of hearing for Semaj Booker. In early 2007, 9-year-old Booker led police on a high speed chase in a stolen car. Days later, he talked his way onto a flight from Seattle to San Antonio. He was caught when he tried to board a flight to Dallas. He was arrested in July 2008 on suspicion of burglary.
SIMPSON HEARING: Scheduled date of court hearing for O.J. Simpson, currently awaiting trial on robbery charges in connection to an incident at a Las Vegas hotel in 2007.
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