Topics and Guests, June 18

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Jennifer Griffin reports: A Hamas homicide bomber blows apart a crowded passenger bus in Jerusalem, killing 19 people as well as himself. Forty people are wounded.

Panel preview: What's the solution to the recent Mideast violence? Should the president take a more dramatic role in the peace process?

Guest preview: Jon Wolfsthal of the Carnegie Endowment on the ongoing Yucca Mountain controversy

James Rosen reports: President Bush may send Secretary of State Colin Powell to the Mideast to try to promote peace efforts that were set back by a suicide blast.

Bret Baier reports: Though he didn't hire Arthur Andersen, Donald Rumsfeld did pay his personal accountant more than $60,000 to sort out his financial disclosure report required by Congress.

Carl Cameron reports: Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge arrives on Capitol Hill to formally deliver President Bush's plan for a new Homeland Security Cabinet department, which requires Congress' approval before it is established.

Steve Brown reports: Gov. Jesse Ventura announces he will not seek a second term, saying his heart is no longer in the job. 

Alisyn Camerota reports: Two rockets were fired into the center of Kabul, exploding about one block from the heavily fortified U.S. Embassy compound.

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