Topics and Guests, January 16

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

U.N. weapons inspectors uncover 11 empty chemical warheads in "excellent" condition in Iraq. A 12th 122-mm warhead also is found that requires further evaluation.

Guest preview: Retired Gen. Brent Scowcroft, who was national security adviser to the first President Bush, gives us an inside look into the Iraqi weapons inspections.

Plus:

• President Bush makes a fresh pitch for his solution to high malpractice insurance costs: a nationwide limit on the amount injured patients can win from doctors.

• U.N. weapons inspectors uncover 11 empty chemical warheads in "excellent" condition in Iraq. A 12th 122-mm warhead also is found that requires further evaluation

• An Iraqi nuclear physicist leaves his home and accompanies U.N. weapons inspectors to a field outside Baghdad where they examine what seems to be a man-made mound of dirt.

• Three U.S. soldiers are injured in two separate incidents in eastern Afghanistan and B-52 bombers are called in to protect a U.S. base that comes under rocket attack.

• A university professor is arrested for allegedly telling authorities that 30 vials of plague were missing when he knew they had been destroyed.

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