Wendell Goler reports: On the second stop of a five-nation tour through Africa, President Bush says he is confident in his decision to remove Saddam Hussein from power. But what did he say about the controversial pre-war intelligence? Plus, President Bush promises "we'll be involved" in the crisis in Liberia as he visits with South African President Thabo Mbeki (search).
Guest preview: FOX News contributor Susan Estrich (search) gives us her take on the possible recall of California Gov. Gray Davis.
Bret Baier reports: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Gen. Tommy Franks, who stepped down last week as head of the U.S. Central Command, appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee on lessons learned from Iraq. Plus, an update on the situation in Iraq.
Jennifer Eccleston reports: U.S. Marines and Navy personnel who are in Liberia scout out an airfield and port as part of their evaluation of the security situation there.
Major Garrett reports: Bitter partisan feud erupts over President Bush's judicial nominations. What's the next move?
Jeff Goldblatt reports: An Illinois man is arrested and charged with providing information to Saddam Hussein's intelligence agency.
And, Part III of Steve Harrigan's series, Congo, the Forgotten War.
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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