Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

The Senate experiences unusual events relating to the debate on a resolution authorizing action against Iraq: for one, senators showed up. Two, the lead guardian of the Senate's rules asked that they be broken. Plus, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle puts aside his misgivings and announced he will support President Bush's request for authority to use force against Iraq.

Plus:

•  The FBI is warning state and local authorities that recent taped statements by Al Qaeda leaders may signal that another attack on the United States has been approved.

•  An Israeli bus driver and a paramedic pin a Palestinian homicide bomber to the ground after spotting his bomb belt, then flee with other bystanders before the man detonates the explosives. The assailant and an elderly woman are killed, and four people are injured.

•  An apparently accidental explosion injures three U.S. Marines, two days after gunmen open fire on Marines in a terrorist attack elsewhere in Kuwait.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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