Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

David Lee Miller reports: A terror bomb blows up in a crowded cafeteria at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, killing seven people -- including at least two Americans -- and wounding more than 85. Join us for the latest...

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Wendell Goler reports: President Bush meets with his Cabinet to discuss the economy. The White House says a "double-dip" recession is unlikely despite new figures showing the U.S. economy grew at a slower than expected rate from April through June.

Carl Cameron reports: Embattled Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli of New Jersey is "severely admonished" by the Senate Ethics Committee for accepting gifts from a campaign contributor and businessman that the lawmaker aided. What's next for him?

Bret Baier reports: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld gives lawmakers on the Senate Armed Services Committee an update on the war on terrorism. We'll tell you what he said.

Brian Wilson reports: What nominations are still pending before Congress? And why?

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