Topics and Guests, January 14

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Wendell Goler reports: President Bush says has seen no evidence that Saddam Hussein is disarming, and warns that "time is running out" for him to do so.

Guest preview: Former weapons inspector Tim Trevan gives us his take on what's next in line for Iraq.


• Iraq must prove it doesn't have weapons of mass destruction, or else war will be likely, chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix says.

• The Pentagon, preparing for possible war in Iraq, is dispatching an enormous array of naval combat power to the Persian Gulf region, including two seven-ship armadas carrying thousands of Marines.

• North Korea denies that its withdrawal from the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty was aimed at squeezing concessions from the United States, and accuses Washington of being insincere about prospects for dialogue.

• Indonesian police arrest two more suspects in the Bali bombings and one confesses to playing a major planning and operational role in the Oct. 12 attack that killed 192 people.

• Democrats are now working on a plan to stall the confirmation of judicial nominees after President Bush decided to send back to the Senate the previously failed nomination of District Judge Charles Pickering Sr.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change