Topics and Guests, June 3

Carl Cameron reports: CIA had two of the Sept. 11 hijackers under microscope, but no one did anything about it. What happened?

Panel preview: Who's to blame in the miscommunication game? Have the agencies learned their lesson?

Guest: Jessica Gavora, Attorney General John Ashcroft's former speechwriter, explains Title IX. Don't know what it is? Tune in to find out.

Steve Herrigan reports: As Pakistan's leader starts a diplomatic press for India to enter talks over the disputed Kashmir province, Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee says he has won support from the Central Asian leader who is playing host this week to a 16-nation security summit.

William La Jeunesse reports: The number of Pakistani troops increases in the border between the two nuclear powers. Is this a sign?

Wendell Goler reports: President Bush talks welfare in Clinton country — Little Rock, Ark. What did he have to say?

Steve Centanni reports: Troops from the Army's 101st Airborne division demolish four guerrilla cave hideouts near the Pakistani border, and in another incident, a man who pointed a weapon at American personnel is killed.

Jennifer Griffin reports: CIA Director George Tenet arrives to press the Palestinians to revamp their security services with the aim of stopping attacks against Israel. Meanwhile, the militant Islamic group Hamas rejects an offer to join a new Palestinian Cabinet likely to be announced in coming days.

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