Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Carl Cameron reports: Stocks dive back into negative territory after a brief lull credited to Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan's reassuring Senate testimony gives way to new worries about the outlook for Corporate America.

Guest preview: FOX News Channel's own Neil Cavuto joins us to fill us in on what is really going on to the nation's economy.

Jim Angle reports: President Bush submits the nation's first-ever comprehensive strategy for confronting terrorism within its borders, calling the protection of America "our most urgent national priority."

Bret Baier reports: An internal memo leaked to the press reveals that Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld is concerned that disclosure of military secrets to news organizations is hurting the government's war against terrorism.

Steve Harrigan reports: Seven people are killed and 14 others are wounded when Palestinian terrorists dressed in Israeli army uniforms ambush an Israeli bus, set off an explosion to stop the vehicle and then open fire on the passengers as they flee.

Brian Wilson reports: A federal grand jury indicts Zacarias Moussaoui a third time, spelling out conduct that could trigger the death penalty for man accused of conspiracy in connection with the Sept. 11 attacks.

Jonathan Serrie reports: The Georgia Senate race is heating up. Which candidate is facing the tougher challenge?

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