Topics and Guests, June 10

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume

Carl Cameron reports: Federal agents arrest an Al Qaeda terrorist who plotted to explode a radiological "dirty" bomb in the United States.

Panel preview: Is the All Qaeda terrorist an illegal combatant?

Guest preview: Prof. Jonathan Turley of George Washington University Law School: Military tribunals are supposed to be reserved for non-American military combatants, but why then is American dirty bomb suspect Jose Padilla being held as an enemy combatant by the military?

Wendell Goler reports: President Bush is conducts another round of Middle East diplomacy — this time without leaving the Oval Office.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Are Israelis in support of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's visit to the White House?

Terri Schultz reports: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says Al Qaeda cells are reaching into Kashmir.

Jonathan Serrie reports: The opening session of Afghanistan's grand council to organize a new government begins. We'll have the latest.

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