James Rosen reports: Sen. Ernest Hollings (search), D-S.C., holds a news conference to announce he will not seek re-election to a seventh term in the U.S. Senate.
Guest Preview: Daniel Weintraub of The Sacramento Bee assesses the recall situation in California.
Major Garrett reports: Presidential hopeful Sen. Joe Lieberman (search), D-Conn., tells the National Press Club (search) that Democrats who appear too extreme could be detrimental to the party. After the speech Lieberman spoke one-on-one with Major Garrett.
Jim Angle reports: The Washington Post reports that Secretary of State Colin Powell (search) and his deputy, Richard Armitage (search) have served notice that they will not serve a second term if President Bush is re-elected. The White House has denied that report, saying it is not true. We will have the story.
Bret Baier reports: North Korea (search) expects six-country talks over its nuclear arms program to take place soon, this coming on the heels of remarks made by a senior U.S. official which called life in North Korea a 'hellish nightmare.'
Claudia Cowan reports: Governor Gray Davis (search) asks California’s Supreme Court to delay the October recall election until March. Can Gray change the recall into a replay?
Steve Brown reports: New controversy surrounds the already contested ordination of the first openly gay bishop to the U.S. Episcopal Church. We’ll have the latest twist that has called time-out to the controversial vote.
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
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