Topics and Guests, May 17

Jim Angle reports: Vice President Dick Cheney says Democrats need to be "very cautious" about criticism of Bush on terror briefing. And National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice describes information as vague "analytic report," not a "warning" of imminent attack. We'll have the latest.

Panel preview: Could Sept. 11 have been prevented? And what is the panel's take on American policy toward Cuba?

Carl Cameron reports: And what are the government agencies doing in response to the Sept. 11 accusations? They're pointing fingers at each other.

Trace Gallagher reports: Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat changes his mind. The Palestinians plan to hold general elections within six months, on condition that Israeli troops first withdraw to positions they held before the outbreak of fighting 20 months ago.

Orlando Salinas: What does former President Jimmy Carter think of his trip to Cuba? He tells us his thoughts in a one-on-one interview.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume. Today's guest host is Tony Snow.

— Guests and topics are subject to change