Topics and Guests, June 10

Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

The Bush administration reacts harshly to news of an Israeli helicopter attack aginst senior Hamas leader Abdel Aziz Rantisi (search) amid fears that the U.S.-backed roadmap for peace is now officially in jeopardy. Senior White House Correspondent Jim Angle will be standing by in our nation's capital with more. For reaction on the ground, we'll turn to FOX News correspondent Jennifer Griffin in Jerusalem.

Donald Rumsfeld (search) says attacks on U.S. soldiers in Iraq appear to be organized by fighters still loyal to Saddam Hussein’s fallen regime, and that uncertainty regarding the butcher of Baghdad's fate is playing a part in the violence. Correspondent Bret Baier will explain.

A major frontier in the war on terrorism is the border between Mexico and the U.S. FOX News correspondent Trace Gallagher reports how border patrols are not only blocking access to would-be terrorists, but also stopping increased numbers of illegal immigrants

Presidential politics is playing a big hand in the U.S. Senate's crafting of a new energy agenda for America -- opposing ethanol, which is big business in corn country, could be fatal to a candidate's campaign. Correspondent Jeff Goldblatt will have the story.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change