Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
First lady Laura Bush joins host Brit Hume for a one-on-one interview. She tells us how Sept. 11 influenced her, the president and the nation. She'll also share some insight on how the president has changed since the attacks.
• Jim Angle reports: President Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien meet in Detroit to showcase a new program aimed at making the U.S.-Canadian border tougher for terrorists without holding up business and tourism. However, the president's main focus in a private meeting with the Canadian leader will likely be taking the war on terrorism into Iraq.
• Bret Baier reports: A leading think tank warns Iraq could assemble a nuclear weapon within months if it could obtain radioactive material, and it is working to develop equipment to make bomb components.
• Carl Cameron reports: The debate on Capitol Hill heats up over homeland security. We'll give you the latest.
• Amy Kellogg reports: In a speech to the Palestinian parliament, Yasser Arafat condemns terror attacks on Israeli civilians, announces elections for early January and offeres — apparently in jest — to give up executive powers.
• Major Garrett reports: Who will win tomorrow's primaries? We give you a preview.
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