Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Brian Wilson reports: President Bush announces a major policy shift toward logging in national forests, one that he contends will reduce the risks of wildfires. Some environmental groups, however, are howling.

Guest preview: Walter Kansteiner of the Bureau of African Affairs. Is the president of Zimbabwe abusing his power when taking over land from the country's farmers?

Plus:

•  Carl Cameron reports: "You Decide 2002" takes you to Louisiana.

•  Jonathan Hunt reports: The Afghan government releases prisoners who have pledged a "jihad," or Islamic holy war, against the United States. U.S. troops are on their tracks.

•  Jonathan Serrie reports: A tenured Palestinian professor denies any links to terrorists and says the University of South Florida is seeking to fire him because of anti-Muslim sentiment in America following the Sept. 11 attacks.

•  Jennifer Griffin reports: The inside story of Hamas revealed. We take you on the road through the group's timeline.

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

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