Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Brian Wilson reports: FBI Director Robert Mueller tells a convention of American Muslims they have provided the FBI "substantive assistance" in investigating terrorism since Sept. 11, including key help translating Arabic.
Guest preview: FEC Commissioner Bradley Smith. We will talk about campaign finance.
Amy Kellogg reports: A former Palestinian Cabinet minister enters the besieged Palestinian Authority headquarters in the West Bank to negotiate the surrender of 15 wanted men after a four-day standoff but says he cannot find anyone inside.
Wendell Goler reports: President Bush, hoping to avoid political fallout over a string of corporate scandals, pledges that his Justice Department will "hold people accountable" for mismanaging their companies through deceit and corruption.
Tom Corvin reports: If you offer them college scholarships, will they come? Georgia is trying it.
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