Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

James Rosen reports: Against the backdrop of former presidents etched in stone on Mount Rushmore National Memorial, President Bush demands that Congress give him the opportunity to govern the new Homeland Security Department without attaching bureaucratic strings, but Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle lashes out against giving the president "dictatorial powers."

Guest preview: FOX News own Geraldo Rivera joins us to share some behind the scenes stories of the King.

Plus:

•  Steve Centanni reports: Lest America's allies forget, Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is an "evil man" who will "wreak havoc" on the world if no one stops him, National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice says in an interview broadcast in Britain.

•  Catherine Herridge reports: Pentagon employees return to the newly renovated area, which was destroyed on Sept. 11. It may be a new area, but the memories will never be forgotten.

•  Carl Cameron reports: Maryland Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is in a fight to the finish with Rep. Robert Ehrlich in the race for governor. Who's in the lead? 

•  Major Garrett reports: The company is called ULLICO, and one of the things it does is handle investments for union pensions. And this little known and privately held firm is at the center of a federal investigation that even labor officials privately concede could generate some of the most scandalous charges to hit the labor movement in years.

•  Dan Springer reports: Amid growing concern that Iraq may lash out at Israel if the United States goes after Saddam, the New York Post is reporting Israeli officials are preparing for a "doomsday" attack from Iraq.

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