Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.
Jennifer Griffin reports: A day after that blast claims the lives of several of their peers, U.S. students in Jerusalem begin a new summer session at Hebrew University — and pay their respects to their classmates.
Guest preview: Jim Glassman, columnist for the Washington Post
• Wendell Goler reports: President Bush says he's "furious" about the bombing at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, which killed five Americans and two Israelis. The president's remarks come as he meets with Jordan's King Abdullah in the Oval Office. We'll tell you more...
• Steve Centanni reports: Debate over what to do about Iraq continues to rage at the White House and on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers hear from analysts for a second day about the possible effects that would occur if the United States attacked the rogue nation.
• Carl Cameron reports: Have radioactive materials made their way into the United States? Join us to find out...
• Brian Wilson reports: Two former top executives of bankrupt telecommunications firm WorldCom Inc. are arrested for their role in the $3.85 billion accounting scandal that has rocked confidence in corporate America. But Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle criticizes the Department of Justice for not moving more quickly.
• Bret Baier reports: A change of guard in Afghanistan. Who's coming home?
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