Topics and Guests, Oct. 14

Bret Baier reports: Saddam Hussein (search) has been in his hometown of Tikrit (search) recently according to a U.S. military officer. Could he be exerting influence within the resistance that has been killing American soldiers at a rate of nearly one every two days? Meanwhile, one U.S. soldier was killed and another wounded when their vehicle struck a landmine in northern Iraq.

GUEST PREVIEW: FNC foreign affairs analyst Mansoor Ijaz will assess the latest in Iraq.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic hopeful Sen. Joe Lieberman (search ) unleashes his plan to increase taxes for the wealthy while lowering them for the middle and lower classes. We’ll have the details.

Molly Henneberg reports: Iraq’s Governing Council has until December 15th to draft a new constitution. Will it be a parliamentary or presidential system? How influential will religion be in the new government?

Orlando Salinas reports: We’ll have an update on the Gitmo espionage situation.

Claudia Cowan reports: Should illegal immigrants have the right to vote? Does it change the situation if the immigrants are parents with kids in the local school system?

James Rosen reports: Columbus Day (search) marks a celebration for some — And a day of controversy for others. We report. You decide.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change