Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
David Lee Miller reports:
• A bomb explosion in a restaurant north of Tel Aviv injures nine people.
• One day after meeting with President Bush to solidify U.S. support against a timetable for a Palestinian state, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon meets with leaders on Capitol Hill to thank them for their support for Israel.
Wendell Goler reports: We travel with president to Missouri as he talks about his plans on homeland security.
Steve Brown reports: Who was Jose Padilla? Plus, wives of two Saudi men are arrested in Morocco as part of an expanding probe into possible attacks against American and British ships near Gibraltar.
Steve Harrigan reports: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld begins a peace mission to India and Pakistan, aiming to build on an easing of tensions that had brought the nuclear-armed neighbors to the brink of war.
Bret Baier reports: India begins withdrawing warships from waters near Pakistan in a new conciliatory gesture aimed at easing tension between the nuclear-armed neighbors, who are under intense international pressure to step back from the brink of war.
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