Topics and Guests, June 17

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Bret Baier reports: With the scattering of Al Qaeda from Afghanistan, the United States is on "a full-court press" to find them in hiding places around the world, Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld says. 

Guest preview: James Coyne President of the National Air Transportation Association

Jonathan Serrie reports: We'll have the latest from Afghanistan, including the weapons cache found and the ongoing loya jirga, the Afghan grand council, meetings. 

Carl Cameron reports: John Walker Lindh's lawyers say he cannot get a fair trial at a courthouse just nine miles from the site of the Pentagon attack and argued the American had a constitutional right to associate with the Taliban. 

Jennifer Griffin reports: A Palestinian blows himself up in Israeli territory near the West Bank, killing only himself. It's believed the bomber was one of five assailants for whom Israeli security forces have been searching

Trace Gallagher reports: Where do you put radioactive waste when there is nowhere to put it? People in the West Coast are facing this decision. 

James Rosen reports: We remember the scandal that ended a presidency thirty years ago.

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— Guests and topics are subject to change