- The Washington Times - Wednesday, September 16, 2009


11 a.m. - Meets with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the White House. In the afternoon, hosts an event with young U.S. Olympians at the White House. In the evening, delivers remarks at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus dinner at the Historical Society Museum.


4 p.m. - Intelligence - Terrorism, human intelligence, analysis and counterintelligence subcommittee. Closed briefing on global trouble areas. Location: Room HVC-304, Capitol Visitor Center.


9:30 a.m. - Clinton - A three-judge panel hears the case filed by Judicial Watch challenging Hillary Rodham Clinton’s eligibility to be secretary of State. Location: Courtroom 22A, U.S. District Court, 3rd Street and Constitution Avenue Northwest. Contact: 202/646-5188.

10 a.m. - Human rights - The Near East Human Rights Initiative holds a news briefing to announce its creation and to discuss plans for a fact-finding mission to Camp Ashraf, Iraq, home of about 3,500 Iranian dissidents. Location: Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2247. Contact: 913/402-1912.

Noon - Defense - Sen. John McCain addresses the 2009 Defense Forum, hosted by the Naval Institute and the Military Officers Association of America. Location: Hilton Alexandria at Mark Center, 5000 Seminary Road., Alexandria. Contact: 410/295-1026.

Noon - Taxes - Heritage Foundation holds a panel discussion on how tax increases on the rich hurt small businesses, with Rep. Kevin Brady, Texas Republican, others. Location: Rayburn House Office Building, Room B-339. Contact: 202/608-6205.

Source: Associated Press

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