Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

One day before a U.N. deadline, it remains to be seen whether Iraq will destroy its Al Samoud 2 missiles, which it has agreed to do "in principle." The Iraqi claim surfaced Thursday after chief weapons inspector Hans Blix said Baghdad's disarmament efforts have been "very limited so far."

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Gunmen opened fire on a police post guarding the U.S. Consulate in Karachi on Friday, killing two policemen and injuring at least five others, police and hospital officials said. Police arrested one of the assailants and took his gun after chasing him through a nearby park. The man was identified as an Afghan, officers said.

• At a time when consumer confidence is at a 10-year low, gas prices are rising, the stock market is jittery and the unpredictable costs of war are looming, Republicans and Democrats have offered very different ideas about how to turn the economy around.

North Korea has reactivated a nuclear reactor, U.S. officials said Wednesday, in what could be a first step toward production of additional nuclear weapons.

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