Topics and Guests, June 19

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Jennifer Griffin reports: A homicide bomber steps out of a car and blows himself up at a bus shelter in the French Hill section of Jerusalem, killing seven people and injuring 35, many of them critically.

Panel preview: What's the solution to the Mideast situation?

Guest preview: Dennis Ross joins us to share some insight on the violence in the Mideast

James Rosen reports: President Bush's prescription for Palestinian statehood is put on hold after the second deadly bombing in Jerusalem in two days and as Israel moves to reoccupy Palestinian areas of the West Bank in response.

Carl Cameron reports: Leaders of the FBI, CIA and National Security Agency tell a congressional panel what they've learned about the Sept. 11 terror attacks — and about their own intelligence-gathering shortcomings.

Bret Baier reports: Moroccan authorities arrest a senior Al Qaeda recruiter known as "The Bear" who is suspected of plotting attacks against Western interests in Morocco.

Anita Vogel reports: Why would a California school ban a children's game? Tag, you're it, and you'll find out.

Steve Brown reports: What do you do when you have a child with mental illness and you can't afford the treatment?

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