Topics and Guests, July 8

President Bush begins his five-nation trip to Africa without announcing a decision on whether he will send U.S. troops to Liberia (search). Bush was linking his decision to President Charles Taylor's fulfilling a commitment to leave Liberia.

Are U.S. troops the answer to stability in the region? We’ll get a report from FOX News’ Wendell Goler.

Violence and uncertainty continue in Iraq: Insurgents dropped a homemade bomb from a bridge onto a passing U.S. military convoy in Baghdad today, while another military vehicle struck a land mine in the capital. At least seven U.S. troops were injured in those and other attacks throughout the country. What is being done to keep our forces safe and how close is Iraq to self-rule? FOX News’ Bret Baier reports.

Amid questions about prewar intelligence, the White House is acknowledging that President Bush was incorrect when he said in his State of the Union address that Iraq recently had sought significant quantities of uranium in Africa. Was this a simple oversight, or did the administration deliberately mislead the American public? FOX News’ Major Garrett reports.

Plus, how close is California Governor Gray Davis to being recalled? FOX News’ Adam Housley has a complete report.

And, Part II of Steve Harrigan's series, "Congo, the Forgotten War."

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change