Major Garrett reports: The full ninth circuit court of appeals will re-examine the decision by three of its members to delay the California recall election. Meanwhile, the gubernatorial candidates have not let the uncertainty about the election date stop the campaign trail.
GUEST PREVIEW: Jonathan Turley, a law professor at The George Washington University, will shed some light on the legal showdown over the recall election.
Carl Cameron reports: Sen. John Edwards (search), D-N.C., officially throws his hat into the ring for the 2004 presidential race.
Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark (search) becomes the 10th Democratic presidential hopeful. According to his officials he will make the announcement tomorrow.
Brian Wilson reports: The Senate votes to repeal media ownership rule changes that were created by the Federal Communications Commission (search). We’ll have the story.
And, President Bush makes an appearance in the White House Rose Garden to reaffirm his pledge to the environment and the economy.
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change