Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume:

The Bush administration struggles with the question of whether it should send peacekeepers to Liberia (search).  We get to the bottom of the issue and we'll tell you what President Bush said about the situation.

Plus:

The ancient city of Bethlehem (search) is turned over to the Palestinians after both Israeli and Palestinian leaders promise painful concessions in order to end the violence that has plagued their region for nearly three years.

FOX News learns 44 House Republicans have threatened to torpedo President Bush's coveted Medicare prescription drug plan if it does not include free-market reforms.

Iraqis in America are growing more impatient each day. They were asked to return to their native country and help rebuild once Saddam Hussein was removed from power. But now they're stuck in a holding pattern.

U.S. Border Patrol backs off plans to seal off most of the Arizona-Mexico border with more than 200 miles of wall and 100 stadium lights. What happens next?

Of the first 42 American presidents, Jimmy Carter (search) and Bill Clinton (search) are the only ones to make extended visits to Africa. On Monday, it will be George W. Bush's turn.

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

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