Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: While President Bush began taking his case for ousting Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein to Americans outside the Beltway, members of his administration worked to energize a dialogue for action touched off this week by the White House.

Plus:

•  Steve Harrigan reports: President Hamid Karzai survives an assassination attempt when a security guard fires at his car as it is leaving the governor's mansion here.

•  Carl Cameron reports: What is the calendar of Congress on Iraq? We'll give you the lowdown.

•  Catherine Herridge reports: Has the Bush administration flip flopped on the guns in the cockpit issue?

•  Major Garrett reports: In an action Republican members said was "crossing a threshold" of congressional irresponsibility, Senate Democrats effectively kill President Bush's nomination of Texas Supreme Court Judge Priscilla Owen.

Plus, more from Bret Baier and Jonathan Serrie.

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