Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Bret Baier reports: Pentagon officials say gunfire rather than an errant bomb may have caused scores of casualties reported in the Afghan province of Oruzgan. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld say no one will know exactly what happened until investigators go to the site.

Guest preview: Attorney David Rivkin of Baker & Hostetler LLP speaks about the International Criminal Court. (Related Story: War Crimes Court Comes Into Existence) 

Jim Angle reports: President Bush urges the Democratic-led Senate to pass a bill making it easier for faith-based groups to get federal funds to offer social services to ease "despair and worry and hopelessness."

Catherine Herridge reports: The State Department urges caution for Americans worldwide, advising U.S. citizens traveling abroad to be vigilant for the remainder of the summer.

Greg Palkot reports: The army lifts its curfew in the West Bank city of Hebron to allow students to take exams — then rounds up about 300 Palestinian students for questioning, witnesses say.

William La Juenesse reports: On June 30, 1972, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency banned the insecticide DDT. It blamed the chemical for the near extinction of the bald eagle. But what about the science that says the chemical prevents the spread of malaria? Was the ban overblown?

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