Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Mike Emanuel reports: In what school choice advocates say is the first and most meaningful test of private vouchers, the Supreme Court rules 5-4 in favor of a Cleveland program that affords public dollars for poor children to attend parochial schools.
Guest preview: Mark Perry, appellate lawyer on the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Why are its decisions reversed the most?
Jim Angle reports: The United States and its Group of Seven partners agree to spend $20 billion over 10 years to help Russia dismantle its nuclear, biological and chemical weapons stockpiles.
Brian Wilson reports: Politicians on both sides of the aisle decry a federal appeals court's declaration that reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools is unconstitutional because of the words "under God" inserted by Congress in 1954. That appeals court decision is now on hold pending appeal.
Catherine Herridge reports: CIA Director George Tenet and FBI Director Robert Mueller embrace the proposed Homeland Security Department, pledging to share all vital intelligence to win the war against terrorism.
Jennifer Griffin reports: Israeli attack helicopters fire four missiles at the Palestinian Authority's fortress-like compound in Hebron after calling on Palestinians holed up under fire there for a third day to surrender.
Steve Brown reports: We talk with the Rev. Franklin Graham, whose prayer for George W. Bush's inauguration was under attack last year. Michael Newdow, who sued to have the Pledge of Allegiance declared unconstitutional, wanted to have Graham's prayer declared unconstitutional, too.
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