Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:
Jim Angle reports: Chief U.N. inspector Hans Blix says he is "not worried" that the inspectors' discovery of 12 warheads designed to carry chemical weapons in southern Iraq could trigger a U.S. attack. But the White House describes the discovery as 'troubling and serious.'
• Saddam Hussein urges the Iraqi people to defend the country against the United States, and vows that an attack on Baghdad would be "suicide" for anyone who tried.
• South Korea's president-elect encourages the United States to negotiate with North Korea to defuse the standoff over its nuclear weapons development.
• Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge wins approval of the Senate Governmental Affairs Committee to ascend to a Cabinet position where he will lead the struggle to protect the nation from a "hate-filled, remorseless enemy."
• A U.S. soldier is shot in the leg during an attack on a patrol in western Afghanistan.
Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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