Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
In a stunning midterm victory for President Bush, the Republican Party wins control of both houses of Congress.
• The White House relishes history-defying elections that see Republicans recapture the Senate -- a shift that will help break a logjam over President Bush's agenda and affect his bid for a second term.
• One week after he came out of political retirement to run for Senate in place of the late Sen. Paul Wellstone, Walter Mondale concedes the race to Republican Norm Coleman.
• The United States takes a final revision of its Iraq resolution to the Security Council in hopes of winning approval after eight weeks of tumultuous negotiations with wary allies who were concerned it could trigger a new war against Saddam Hussein.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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