Topics and Guests, August 16

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

James Rosen reports: Exactly what kind of weapons could Iraqi President Saddam Hussein be hiding? President Bush says the Iraqi leader is capable of mass destruction, but do we have the proof to back that up?

Guest preview: Lawrence Eagleburger, former Secretary of State, will give us his take on the situation with Iraq.


•  Major Garrett reports: Is there Republican dissent in regards to an invasion of Iraq? Who are the major players in the debate?

•  Steve Centanni reports: A federal judge delays the trial of alleged "20th hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui until Jan. 6, ruling that the evidence against the accused Sept. 11 terrorist was too complex and voluminous to begin testimony this fall.

•  Carl Cameron reports: Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., has said he will not run for president if former Vice President Al Gore announces his entry into the race.  Is the senator changing his mind?

•  Dan Springer reports: Israel is urging the United States to strike Iraq, and strike Iraq now. Why the hurry?

•  Teri Schultz reports: Some countries are accusing the United States of using strong arm tactics to get them to agree the U.S. military should be exempt from the International Criminal Court.

•  Greg Burke reports: Pope John Paul II arrives on the ninth visit to his homeland, returning to the places that nurtured his faith for a pilgrimage Poles hope will invigorate the ailing pontiff.

Details on this story and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.

— Guests and topics are subject to change