Topics and Guests, Oct. 9

Jim Angle reports: President Bush (search) thanks a rousing crowd of guardsmen and their families in New Hampshire and says despite increasing criticism about reconstruction and security efforts in Iraq, the United States and its coalition partners are getting the country back on its feet.

Bret Baier reports: Defense Secretary Rumsfeld (search) was the last to find out about the White House reconstruction reorganization…does this signal some sort of rift?

Brian Wilson reports: The House Appropriations Committee approves the president’s $87 billion request for Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mike Tobin reports: Correspondent Mike Tobin gets answers from Dr. Ayad Alawi (search), the new chairman of the Iraqi Governing Council.

Molly Henneberg reports: Despite setbacks, Iraq continues to make advancements. Get the latest details.

Adam Housley reports: Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) puts together his team that will help turn things around in the Golden State.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change