Topics and Guests, July 30

Wendell Goler reports: President Bush (search) used his first full-scale news conference in the White House Rose Garden to answer questions on a wide range of issues. He made remarks about ‘the axis of evil’ and the hunt for Saddam. Bush also came to the defense of National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice (search). We’ll have the story.


Bret Baier reports: Is new intelligence putting us closer to Saddam (search)? We’ll get the latest.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean (search) blames President Bush and his rival Democrats for a slumping economy. Does he have the solution?

Brian Wilson reports: Senate Republicans are back to the drawing board after failing again to push through confirmation votes on a couple of President Bush’s nominees. We'll have the latest fall-out.

Mike Tobin reports: The Texas state Senate is still at a stalemate while eleven Democrats are camped out across the border in New Mexico.

David Lee Miller reports: The issue of homosexual marriage (search) was one that faced the President during his press conference.

Steve Brown reports: Pro-choice (search) or Pro-life (search)? Historically the decision has been very one-sided, but is there a middle ground? Don’t miss part one of this two-part series.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change