Topics and Guests, August 6

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Bret Baier reports: Just one day after a Tommy Franks briefing on possible military action in Iraq, Saddam's foreign minister has a stern warning for President Bush and the United States. Are we heading for a showdown with Saddam?

Guest preview: Stephen Schwartz of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy to give us the inside story on Saudi Arabia.


Teri Schultz reports: Who are the Iraqi opposition groups?

Major Garrett reports: A report to the Pentagon marks Saudi Arabia as an enemy of the United States and a threat on every level of the terror chain. But Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld insists Saudis have been and still are a valuable ally in the war on terror. What's the real story?

James Rosen reports: President Bush signs legislation giving U.S. presidents broad authority to negotiate global trade accords, and pledges to use his new powers to boost America's sagging economy.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Israeli troops kill the suspected mastermind of a Tel Aviv suicide bombing and a second Palestinian militiaman during a West Bank chase, and Israel's Supreme Court upholds the practice of demolishing homes of Palestinian terror suspects without warning.

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— Guests and topics are subject to change