Topics and Guests, July 7

As a newly arrived U.S. assessment team starts to work, the White House is watching the cease-fire in Liberia (search) very closely.

Is a wait and see approach the tact to take with the strife-torn nation? FOX News’ Jennifer Eccleston reports from Monrovia.

Attacks on American soldiers in Iraq continued through the weekend, claiming the lives of three troops in less than 24 hours, the U.S. military said Monday. FOX News’ Molly Henneberg reports on the latest efforts to keep our troops safe.

We’ll have complete coverage from FOX News’ Bret Baier as the U.S. Central Command conducts a change of command ceremony as Lt. General John P. Abizaid assumes command from General Tommy Franks.

Plus, is the Bush administration's Clear Skies Initiative working? Are U.S. cities closer to clean air compliance than they have been for 30 years? FOX News’ Mike Emanuel reports on results of a new study released by the Environmental Protection Agency.

And, a French-led force sent to stop atrocities in the Democratic Republic of Congo said Monday that it had completed its deployment. The U.N.-mandated force began arriving last month in Bunia in response to escalating violence between rival militias who murdered, hacked, raped and even ate some of their victims. The civil war-ravaged country will be on President Bush's agenda during his Africa trip this week as FOX News correspondent Steve Harrigan reports in part I of our series, "Congo, the Forgotten War."

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change