Topics and Guests, May 23

Jim Angle reports: President Bush travels the globe from Berlin to Moscow. And he talks strongly about the global fight against terrorism.

Panel preview: Can the president retain the support for the war on terror?

Guest: Sumit Ganguly of the University of Texas joins us to talk about the conflict brewing in India and Pakistan. How can the United States deal with this catch-22 situation? Like the trouble between Israel and the Palestinians, the India/Pakistan has immediate repercussions are not helpful ones on the American war on terrorism.

Bret Baier reports: The situation between India and Pakistan is not getting better. Is war a possibility in the weeks to come?

Brian Wilson reports: Authorities are considering having another talk with Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif., about his relationship with Chandra Levy, whose remains have been found. Plus, another person is questioned. Tune in for last minute updates.

Carl Cameron reports: Sen. Jim Jeffords, I-Vt., is preparing for a big celebration. It's his anniversary. Is this a rock star's reception from the Senate democrats?

Steve Centanni reports: America's finest are sharing their expertise with the Afghan people to build a strong army that will have the power to fight terrorists.

Steve Herrigan reports: Yasser Arafat is getting ready for a fight with his first challenger in the upcoming elections. Who's the man ready to go against the Palestinian leader? Tune in to find out.

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