U.N. (search) inspectors have found traces of enriched uranium in Iran. International Atomic Energy Agency (search) inspectors have been taking samples in Iran (search) and will be reviewing the situation over the next few weeks.

Is Iran a step closer to a dangerous nuclear weapons program?

Guest Preview: Mary Matalin, political consultant to Dick Cheney, will join us.

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Wendell Goler reports: President Bush (search) speaks in Dallas about an issue that is close to his heart, physical fitness. Bush flew to his ranch in Texas last night after meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair (search) to discuss the war in Iraq and the fight against terrorism. 

Brett Baier reports: A U.S. soldier was killed when a bomb exploded under his convoy.  Meanwhile, hearings are underway on Capitol Hill (search) about U.S. plans for Iraqi reconstruction. 

David Chater of SkyNews reports: The body found in Oxfordshire, London matches the description of missing British defense adviser David Kelly (search). Kelly had been under scrutiny for his disagreement with the intelligence that Iraq was trying to buy nuclear weapons from Africa.

Carl Cameron reports: The reach for the Democratic presidential nomination continues as candidates search for contributions.

Brian Wilson reports: And what’s the hold up on the Hill? Amidst the bickering, Bush Judicial nominees are still awaiting confirmation. 

Amy Kellogg reports: Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas (search) and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (search) will be visiting with President Bush in the coming weeks. Israelis and Palestinians continue to make halting progress toward peace while Palestinian police are getting a chance to demonstrate their ability to keep order. 

Jonathan Serrie reports: How can Democrats in South Carolina hold a primary election with no money? 

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

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