Topics and Guests, August 29

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Wendell Goler reports: The president is on the campaign trail. He travels to Oklahoma and Arkansas to give some candidates a little friendly push.

Guest preview: New York attorney Daniel Glazer gives us his take on the possible baseball strike.


•  Bret Baier reports: Vice President Dick Cheney says Iraq will benefit from a regime change. He adds there is no doubt Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction that will eventually lead to confrontations with his neighbors. Is the Vice President on a campaign to gather support for an attack?

•  Major Garrett reports: No more of "Has anyone unknown to you asked you to carry an item on this flight?" Airline passengers will no longer be asked the routine security questions about whether they have kept a close eye on their baggage.

•  Carl Cameron reports: Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., has an idea about intelligence gathering. Is anyone listening?

•  Jennifer Griffin reports: We'll take a look at the Israeli use of people as human shields.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change