Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Jim Angle reports: As Congress moves forward on President Bush's proposal to create a Cabinet-level Department of Homeland Security, the president outlines support for its "overriding and urgent" mission. We'll also give you the lowdown on the president's plan to point the arrow up on Wall Street.
Panel preview: Where's the market heading? Are the reform efforts helping, or simply driving the markets down further?
Bret Baier reports: Pakistani authorities have apprehended several suspected Al Qaeda officials in the past two weeks, including one man who may have been a top finance official for the terrorist network, according to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
Carl Cameron reports: Sen. Robert Torricelli, D-N.J., says congressional officials who will question him possess overwhelming evidence that he did nothing illegal in his relationship with a campaign contributor-turned-accuser.
David Lee Miller reports: Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres says that the army is prepared to withdraw from two West Bank towns, Bethlehem and Hebron, as long as they remain quiet and if the Palestinians assume control of security.
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