Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

Bret Baier reports: U.S. forces come under assault again, even as troops scour Iraq for two missing comrades. Will the guerrilla attacks be an ongoing problem?

Plus:

People pestered by telemarketers can start signing up for a national do-not-call list intended to block most phone sales pitches (www.donotcall.gov).

President Bush will fatten his $30 million campaign wallet during a 10-hour stay in California. But, for the president, raising campaign cash there is a cinch compared with winning the state in 2004.

Former South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond (search), the nation's longest-serving senator and former "Dixiecrat" (search) candidate for the presidency, dies in Edgefield, S.C. He was 100.

Medicare (search) prescription drug legislation eases through the Senate and squeaks through the House, setting up challenging negotiations on a final compromise that President Bush hopes to sign later this summer.

Islamic militants (search) accept a proposal to halt attacks on Israelis for three months, a senior militia official says, providing the first confirmation from the militants that agreement has been reached.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change