Topics and Guests, July 16

Jim Angle reports: Those 16 words that were in the State of the Union (search) address are still causing a stir on Capitol Hill. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., and fellow Democrats continue to question the President’s integrity. CIA Director George Tenet (search) testifies behind a closed door hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee today and faces tough questions from the lawmakers.

Guest preview: Retired Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney will discuss recent findings and the potential threat imposed by North Korea (search).


Bret Baier reports: A pro-American western Iraqi mayor and his son have been shot and killed. And the guerrilla attacks (search) continue in Iraq as at least one U.S. soldier was killed in a series of attacks on American forces in and near the capital. This wave of violence comes on the eve of the recently banned Baathist (search) holiday.

Greg Kelly reports: Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division led the charge into Baghdad and were on the front lines for some of the most trying battles of the war. After the war their duties were changed to peacekeeping and policing. Three months later how are the soldiers holding up?

Jennifer Eccleston reports: Tensions remain high in Liberia (search) despite the recent ceasefire. Meanwhile, President Bush is still deciding what American troops, if any, may be sent to help keep order. Jennifer Eccleston reports live from the area.

Brian Wilson reports: Four Michigan judges are being stonewalled due to partisan bickering. The stalemate is directly impacting the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals (search), which covers cases from Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee. 

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change