Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
House Democrats make Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the first woman ever to head a political party's caucus in Congress.
• Despite Iraq's grudging acceptance of the U.N. resolution mandating the return of weapons inspectors, the rhetoric between Baghdad and the United States shows no sign of cooling down.
• A new Homeland Security Department moves closer to becoming reality after the House easily passes a bill calling for the largest overhaul of the government in more than 50 years.
• Lawmakers and the Bush administration worry that a new audio message believed to be from Usama bin Laden is a signal that more terror strikes are imminent, even as counterterrorism analysts scour the recording for clues about Al Qaeda's operations.
• Israeli troops capture the alleged mastermind of a shooting attack on an Israeli kibbutz in his West Bank hideout Thursday, and seize suspected weapons makers in the deepest raid into Gaza City in two years.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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