Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Wendell Goler reports: Amid much fanfare, President Bush signs a major corporate reform bill at the White House. We'll give you the lowdown on what IS covered in the bill and what ISN'T.
Guest preview: David John from Heritage Foundation joins us to discuss the Corporate Accountability Bill.
Panel preview: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., is not happy. We'll tell you why.
• Carl Cameron reports: With the one-year mark since the Sept. 11 attacks approaching, the Senate seems poised to adjourn for summer recess without taking up the matter of protecting America from future attacks.
• Bret Baier reports: Iraq is unlikely to allow the kinds of inspections that would be needed to investigate all of its chemical, biological and nuclear weapons capabilities, says Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
• Steve Harrigan reports: A suicide bomber blows himself up in a Jerusalem fast-food stand, injuring seven people in the first attack here since back-to-back bombings prompted Israel to occupy major West Bank towns last month
• Steve Brown reports: A federal judge sentences ousted former Rep. James Traficant, D-Ohio, to eight years in prison and fines him $150,000 following his conviction on 10 counts of bribery, racketeering and tax evasion.
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