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Friday, May 24:
Jim Angle reports: President Bush and Russian President Putin sign the Treaty of Moscow. The treaty calls for each country to trim its arsenal of more than 6,000 warheads to between 1,700 and 2,200 over the next 10 years. It also lets each country decide whether to dismantle the extra warheads or put them in long-term storage or use them as spares.
Panel preview: We'll go inside the minds of President Bush and Russian President Putin and tell you the good and bad of the treaty.
Guest: James Collins, U.S. ambassador to Russia from 1997 to 2001
James Rosen reports: Tensions between India and Pakistan rise to another level, with Pakistan announcing it will conduct missile tests this weekend. Find out the latest on a recent firefight between the two countries.
Carl Cameron reports: How much information was available before Sept. 11? Is Zacharias Moussaoui a source of critical information?
Jonathan Serrie reports: We'll take you inside the crime world of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Jeff Goldblatt reports: A gun rights activist is on a mission in Chicago, where possession of hand guns is illegal. What is he doing each month? Join us to find out.
What's next for America's fighting forces? We'll tell you.
And we'll talk with Shannon Spann, whose husband was killed in combat in Afghanistan. How will she remember her husband this Memorial Day?
Also, a South Vietnamese general pays tribute to Americans who fought in Vietnam. What does former Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky have to say?
How has the Republican Party grown in the South? Professors and brothers Earl Black and Merle Black tell us. They are also the authors of The Rise of Southern Republicans.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change