April 6th, 2010
04:10 PM ET

On the Radar: What's happening Wednesday

The US and Czech flags inside Prague Castle where President Obama will sign a nuclear disarmament treaty with Russia on Thursday.

Here's a look at some of tomorrow's news events:

Obama goes to Prague

President Barack Obama leaves for Prague, Czech Republic, where he will sign the START treaty along with his Russian counterpart which will cut the two countries' nuclear weapons by about a third.  Read more

Financial crisis inquiry

The commission looking into the causes of the U.S. financial crisis will begin a three-day forum on Capitol Hill, with testimony from former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.  The panel plans to publish its findings by December 15.

Yale killing pre-trial hearing

Raymond Clark III is scheduled to attend a pre-trial hearing in New Haven, Connecticut.  He has pleaded not guilty to murder charges.  He is accused of fatally stabbing Annie Le, a Yale grad student, and hiding her body in a basement wall of a Yale science building where they both worked.  A trial date has not been set.  Read more

'Jihad Jamie' court hearing

A Colorado woman is expected to plead not guilty to terrorism charges at a court hearing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Jamie Paulin-Ramirez was arrested in Ireland last month, reportedly as part of an investigation into a murder plot.  She voluntarily went to the United States to face the charges, and was arrested on Friday.  Read more

Hurricane Season

Colorado State University is scheduled to release its initial forecast for the 2010 Atlantic hurricane season, which will predict the number of tropical storms and hurricanes and how many will make landfall.  A "normal" Atlantic season has 11 named storms, six hurricanes and two major hurricanes, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.  The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and ends November 30.

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