Wednesday's live video events
December 15th, 2010
07:46 AM ET

Wednesday's live video events

Expect a busy day today on Live as an astronaut heads to the international space station, the Senate finally votes on whether to extend tax cuts, and the probe continues into a shooting in Florida.

Today's programming highlights:

9:15 am ET - President Obama statement - President Obama makes remarks at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington.

9:30 am ET - Senate in session - Senators are expected to vote on a tax package that includes an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts.  Lawmakers may also bring up a proposal to ratify the new START accord on nuclear weapons between the U.S. and Russia.

10:30 am ET - Florida school board shooting briefing - Authorities and others brief the public  on their investigation into Tuesday's shooting incident at a school board meeting in Panama City, Florida.

11:15 am ET - State Department town hall meeting - What are the State Department's biggest diplomatic challenges over the next two decades?  That's the question Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will bring up during a special town hall meeting in Washington.

2:09 pm ET - Astronauts head to international space station - CNN has been following Cady Coleman's training to join the international space station crew.  Now, Coleman gets her chance, as she and two others lift off from Kazakhstan on a mission to the space station. Live is your home for breaking news as it happens.

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