Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
Jim Angle reports: President Bush appears at a Pentagon ceremony where he signs new legislation authorizing a multi-billion dollar increase for the military, and takes the chance to issue a stern warning to Saddam Hussein.
• U.N. inspectors visit alcoholic beverage plants and a factory that once made parts for now-banned missiles, while Britain charges that Saddam Hussein uses torture, rape and terror to oppress his people.
• President Bush, hoping to burnish his environmental record, signs legislation to continue a program aimed at preserving America's wetlands.
• Massachusetts Democrat John Kerry, a leading Senate liberal and decorated gunboat officer during the Vietnam War, says he is taking a first step toward running for president in 2004.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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