Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

A team of 17 U.N. inspectors arrived in Baghdad Monday to begin searching for Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction, a hunt that could determine whether the United States goes to war against Iraq.


On his first working day after a four-nation tour of eastern Europe, President Bush planned to sign the new Department of Homeland Security into law Monday, marking the biggest overhaul in the federal government in more than 50 years.

President Bush's spokesman praised Saudi Arabia on Monday as a "good partner in the war on terrorism," despite accusations that the wife of the Saudi U.S. ambassador might have financially supported Sept. 11 terrorists.

Dozens of activists hurled firebombs into a U.S. military base early Monday, protesting last week's acquittals of two American soldiers involved in the deaths of two Korean teenagers.

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