Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
President Bush's $141 million fund-raising drive helped carry three dozen Republican candidates to victory last month, and he returns to the campaign money trail seeking one more victory in Louisiana.
• United Nations weapons inspectors knock on the doors of one of Saddam Hussein's presidential compounds, quickly gaining entry in a test of the inspection teams' new-found power to go anywhere in Iraq.
• Saudi officials on the defensive about financial ties to terrorism launch damage control efforts with a press conference where they deny any deliberate bankrolling of Al Qaeda or other terror groups.
• U.S. officials are becoming increasingly convinced that Al Qaeda terrorists were behind last week's attacks on an Israeli airliner and an Israeli-owned hotel in Kenya.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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