Bret Baier reports: First the pictures were seen across the world, and then in another attempt to convince Iraqi’s, the video of Uday (search) and Qusay's (search) bullet riddled bodies was released. Meanwhile, U.S. forces have arrested several men believed to be former bodyguards to Saddam Hussein (search). Are they circling in on Saddam?

Guest Preview: Dennis Ross will discuss the latest in the Middle East, including Abbas (search) at the White House today and the release of Saddam sons' videotape.

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Greg Kelly reports: What is the reaction in Iraq (search) to the latest tapes? Greg Kelly will update us from Baghdad.

Jim Angle reports: After meeting with Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, President Bush announced steps aimed at easing poverty among Palestinians. Bush assured Abbas that the United States was committed to ensuring free and secure states for both Palestine (search) and Israel (search).

Carl Cameron reports: House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (search) makes a speech today to the College Republican National Committee's 55th Biennial College Republican National Convention. We’ll have the highlights.

Adam Housley reports: Gray is seeing dark skies in California, as a recall vote is set for October 7th. Candidates that wish to succeed Governor Gray Davis (search), if he is removed, have just two weeks to declare they are running.

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

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