Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Despite the fact that he's not running, President Bush has become the star of the 2002 midterm campaign, drawing huge, cheering crowds as he blitzes his way across the Midwest and South in the last days before Tuesday's voting.

Plus:

• Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon courts a far-right party that holds the key to his government's survival, as he weighed ex-premier Benjamin Netanyahu's offer to serve under him in exchange for early elections.

• Six Al Qaeda suspects are killed when the car they were traveling in blew up in northwest Yemen in an area where authorities believe the terror group is active.

• Saudi Arabia will not allow bases on its soil to be used for an attack on Iraq even if the United Nations authorizes military action.

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