Topics and Guests, February 24

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Jim Angle reports: The United States, Great Britain and Spain throw down the gauntlet, submitting a new resolution to the U.N. Security Council that declares Iraq in "further material breach" of prior U.N. resolutions and orders Baghdad to get rid of its weapons of mass destruction. Also, Saddam Hussein challenges President Bush to a live debate.

Guest preview: FOX News contributor Juan Williams tells us why the civil rights movements was not only a political uprising.


• Iraq could be planning a chemical or biological attack on American cities through the use of remote-controlled "drone" planes equipped with GPS tracking maps.

• As the Senate returns from its Presidents Day recess, lawmakers are still at a stalemate over the controversial judicial nomination of Miguel Estrada.

• Secretary of State Colin Powell meets with top Chinese officials and says China is eager to play a positive role in helping to resolve the developing crisis over North Korea's nuclear weapons programs.

• Governors say the national program that guarantees health care for the poor bears much of the blame for their states' financial woes.

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