Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: At a meeting with private economists, President Bush says it's clear that Saddam Hussein is not disarming. Is this an indication of a coming war? We'll have the latest.

Plus:

• An American man is killed and another one is critically wounded when they come under fire near a U.S. military base in Kuwait.

• The Iraqi government will expand its cooperation with U.N. weapons inspectors under a new agreement worked out in two days of talks, but it's sure the U.S. military will attack anyway, an Iraqi vice president says.

• It's the 30th anniversary of the famous Roe vs. Wade decision. How has the hot-button issue changed over the years?

• In an apparent swipe at the United States, a North Korean delegation arrives for talks in South Korea that the two sides should resist "outside pressure" amid concerns over the North's nuclear weapons development.

• Petroleum prices rise as a strike that has disabled the world's fifth-largest oil exporter enters its 51st day and international mediators struggle to resolve the stoppage aimed at forcing President Hugo Chavez from office.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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