Topics and Guests, August 26

James Rosen reports: President Bush gives a speech to the American Legion in St. Louis and reaffirms his commitment to the worldwide war against terror.

GUEST PREVIEW: Byron York will discuss the President's remarks.

Bret Baier reports: One U.S. soldier was killed and two wounded when a bomb struck their convoy in western Iraq. Meanwhile, 24 members of a criminal gang were rounded up during a raid north of Baghdad (search). 

Jonathan Hunt reports: An Israeli helicopter strike left one person dead and more than two-dozen injured in Gaza City (search). The attack targeted a member of the Hamas (search) military wing, but witnesses say he escaped.

Carl Cameron reports: Wesley Clark (search) has made some interesting accusations about the White House, could the former NATO commander be contemplating a run for the presidency?

Major Garrett reports: The polls continue to fluctuate in California as the candidates scramble to keep up. Who is pulling ahead in the gubernatorial race? We’ll have the latest.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change