Topics and Guests, August 28

Greg Palkot reports: A Friday morning prayer service was rocked by a deadly car bomb that killed many in the Iraqi city of Najaf, among them Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim (search), one of the region's most respected Shiite clerics. We will get a live update.

GUEST PREVIEW: Neil Livingston will discus the repercussions of the deadly Najaf bombing.

Mike Emanuel reports: We’ll get the White House reaction to the bombing.

Jonathan Hunt reports: Several gun battles have broken out in the City of Jenin — Outside Ramallah a car fire killed one and wounded another Israeli — And a funeral service was held for the Hamas (search ) member killed in a missile strike yesterday. We’ll get the latest details.

Molly Henneberg reports: Rep. Bill Janklow, R-S.D., is facing second-degree manslaughter charges in the traffic death of a motorcyclist.  If convicted, Janklow could be sentenced up to 10 years in prison and fined $10,000.
Jim Angle reports: We’ll take a look at the latest economic figures — there may be another reason to celebrate this holiday season.

Trace Gallagher reports: Has the lewd magazine interview from many years ago had an impact on the Arnold Schwarzenegger (search ) campaign? How is the race shaping up in the Golden State?

Carl Cameron reports: Labor Day is here — which means it is time to get serious for the democratic hopefuls. Howard Dean (search) has been noticed for taking a fast break ahead in the early days of the campaign, will he keep his pace or do some others have him right where they want him?

Labor Day Special

GUEST PREVIEW: Michael Barone will discuss the long road to the White House in 2004

Which democratic hopeful can woo the labor vote? Dick Gephardt (search ) is the candidate with two endorsements from international unions — Does he have the market cornered or will other candidates prove their love of labor?

• Brian Wilson will have the details.

Beating the odds — Howard Dean (search) has taken a strong frontrunner position in the run for the democratic nomination — Can he keep the momentum or will he run out of steam? What do the other candidates have to propel them back into the race?

• Carl Cameron will have exclusive interviews with 5 of the 9 candidates.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change