Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: The White House is trying to put out a diplomatic brush fire, as one nation after another on the U.N. Security Council lines up to insist the weapons inspections in Iraq be allowed to continue. President Bush and his administration disagree.

Guest preview: Farouk El-Baz, director of the Center for Remote Sensing at Boston University, who tells us how crowd estimates are measured. Don't miss it!


• The Senate unanimously votes to confirm Tom Ridge as the first secretary of the newly created Department of Homeland Security.

• A top U.S. envoy says he is rounding up enough support for the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency to refer the North Korea crisis to the U.N. Security Council, and he expects a referral as early as the end of this week.

• Thirty years after the Supreme Court ruled that women have the right to terminate a pregnancy, both sides of the fiery abortion debate are still battling over what's best for women and their unborn children.

• A grand jury indicts 17-year-old Lee Boyd Malvo on two counts of capital murder in last fall's sniper shootings, setting the stage for a death penalty trial.

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