Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Jim Angle reports: Mideast turmoil and President Bush's controversial plan to end it will loom large when world leaders start a summit in the Rocky Mountain resort of Kananaskis on Wednesday.

Panel preview: Sens. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., and John Kerry, D-Mass., express their apprehension with the president's Mideast plan. What is Washington thinking? And what is the reaction of the world beyond Washington?

Guest preview: Ed Hudgins of the Cato Institute will talk about the Amtrak situation. Can the super railroad company survive the summer?

Jennifer Griffin reports: Israeli soldiers storm the fortress-like Palestinian headquarters in the city of Hebron, occupying the seventh of eight main West Bank centers. Palestinian security officials say four police officers were killed.

Catherine Herridge reports: Zacarias Moussaoui is called back to federal court to answer a slightly revised indictment charging him with conspiring to murder thousands on Sept. 11.

Brian Wilson reports: Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in an effort to garner support.

William La Jeunesse reports: President Bush declares Arizona a natural disaster area in line to receive federal assistance that will help the state fight devastating wildfires that have scorched more than 500 square miles.

 

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