Topics and Guests, May 20

Jim Angle reports: The chance of more Al Qaeda attacks against U.S. targets is  "almost a certainty," and Americans must stay vigilant, Vice President Dick Cheney said on FOX News Sunday.

Panel preview: Is the vice president's message a credible one?

Bret Baier reports: The latest from the war on terror, including information on a Special Forces soldier shot as unit came under heavy fire in eastern Afghanistan.

Trace Gallagher reports: on the Israel day wrap: A Palestinian militant detonates explosives at a busy intersection as he is approached by police — killing himself, but causing no other injuries in the second suicide bombing in northern Israel in two days.

James Rosen reports: President Bush is setting detailed conditions for easing the U.S. trade embargo against Cuba, demanding free and open elections next year and turning aside pleas from former President Carter and others to loosen the 40-year-old blockade.

Orlando Salinas reports: Cuban Americans react to President Bush's stance on the embargo.

Kris Kolesnik, National Whistleblower Center
Why wasn't that now-famous Phoenix memo taken seriously at FBI headquarters?  Should the CIA have been notified?  How can the system be changed to improve communication?

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change