Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

President Bush and top European Union (search) officials announce a series of agreements aimed at cracking down on terrorism and vow to make sure Iran keeps its promise to halt development of nuclear weapons. But what happened behind the scenes?

Guest preview: We ask L. Paul Bremer (search), the American administrator in Iraq, what's the next step in getting Iraq back in order.

Plus:

Iraqi townspeople enraged over civilian deaths are allegedly behind Tuesday's attack that killed six British military police officers (search) during a demonstration in southern Iraq.

Three key Palestinian groups, including the Islamic militant groups Hamas (search) and Islamic Jihad (search), agree to halt attacks on Israel for three months.

The Federal Reserve cuts its key interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point to 1958 lows and suggests it stands ready to take more action if the risk of falling prices worsens.

The Democratic Party is hoping to exploit the Internet as a campaign tool for the 2004 presidential elections — and so far, candidate Howard Dean is generating the most electronic chatter.

President Bush engages in high-level lobbying on behalf of a Medicare prescription drug benefit bill as House GOP leaders make final decisions on what to include in their version of the bill.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change