Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Retired U.S. Lt. Gen. Jay Garner arrives in Baghdad for his first postwar visit as U.S. forces and Iraqi police keep the peace in a city still largely without power, clean water or a clear political direction.

Plus:

• An Iraqi scientist who claims to have worked in Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons program tells a U.S. military team that Iraq destroyed and buried chemical weapons and biological warfare equipment only days before the war began March 20.

• To chants of "Hoo-ah!" and tearful hugs from family, seven American soldiers who survived three harrowing weeks of captivity in Iraq make a joyous homecoming -- and begin a long journey of adjustment and healing.

• South Korea, seeking to persuade Pyongyang to give up its nuclear ambitions, accepts a North Korean proposal to hold Cabinet-level talks in the North at the end of the month.

• President Bush, basking in the success of the war in Iraq and a long getaway at his beloved central Texas ranch, returns to Washington ready to promote his embattled tax cut plan and other domestic priorities.

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