Topics and Guests, July 17

Jim Angle reports: Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) visits Washington for the first time since the war with Iraq. He and Bush are facing tough, new questions about their motivation for taking out Saddam Hussein. After CIA Director George Tenet (search) testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee reports are surfacing that a White House official had insisted on putting the disputed intelligence into the State of the Union address.

Guest Preview: Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence will be here to discuss the fallout from the faulty information in the Bush State of the Union address.


Brian Wilson reports: Tony Blair meets with Congressional leaders and in a historical step addresses a Joint Session of Congress.

Bret Baier reports: An alleged audiotape of Saddam calling on his followers to rise up against the U.S. forces has surfaced. And the Pentagon (search) could start a call-up of as many as 10,000 U.S. National Guard soldiers by this winter.

Amy Kellogg reports: How can the Palestinian (search) police maintain a normal life in a city that was under occupation for so long, and at the same time prevent terror?

Carl Cameron reports: Howard Dean and Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., hold on to their status as the frontrunners in the reach for the democratic presidential nomination. And the three democratic hopeful candidates who were blasted for skipping the NAACP (search) forum are facing some other snags in their campaign.

Caroline Shively reports: Is the portion size of many foods affecting public health? Can being overweight and inactive be linked to cancer? Also, fast food legislation is in the spotlight on Capitol Hill.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change