Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Carl Cameron reports: Their business was getting people to chatter, but two former WorldCom executives refuse to talk before a House committee investigating the telecommunications giant's nearly $4 billion in accounting irregularities.
Bret Baier reports: Afghan civilians were killed and injured by a U.S. airstrike last week, Pentagon officials acknowledge, but the number of casualties is unclear.
Dari Alexander reports: Hamid Karzai's government asks international peacekeepers to help track down the killers of a vice president gunned down over the weekend in the heart of the capital.
Greg Palkot reports: Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres meets with Palestinian Finance Minister Salam Fayed, the first face-to-face contacts on that level in months.
Jim Angle reports: An Alexandria native who was executed in Vietnam in 1965 receives the Medal of Honor posthumously at the White House. He is the first Army soldier to receive the award for his actions while in captivity.
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