Topics and Guests, July 29

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Carl Cameron reports: What are Democrats saying at the Democratic Leadership Conference in New York? And what's their strategy for the midterm elections? We give you the inside scoop.

Panel preview: What's the new strategy against Iraqi President Saddam Hussein?


Wendell Goler reports: Following up on a wave of legislative successes, President Bush urges Congress to pass a welfare reform bill that he said will pick up where the 1996 bill left off.

Bret Baier reports: The Bush administration has repeatedly let it be known that Saddam Hussein is "on the clock." Now a published report is giving us an idea of just how we might topple the Iraqi dictator.

Brian Wilson reports: Why can't Washington D.C.'s highly respected, well regarded mayor get his name on the ballot? It might involve a couple of celebrities.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Do you remember the Palestinian gunmen who were released two months back from the siege at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem? We go to check on them -- to see what their lives are like now. What we find is somewhat surprising.

Adam Housley reports: Why does a new Big Brothers Big Sisters policy have some parents thinking twice about their children taking part?

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