Topics and Guests, Oct. 14

D.C. sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad (search) enters not guilty pleas as his death-penalty trial gets under way a year after a series of deadly shootings terrified the Washington area.


Jim Angle reports: The United Nations (search) considers the new U.S. drafted resolution for a liberated Iraq. We’ll have the details.

Bret Baier reports: A suicide attacker was killed and a dozen people were injured when a car bomb exploded at the gates of the Turkish Embassy in Baghdad.

Brian Wilson reports: Will Congress approve the president’s $87 billion request for Iraq’s reconstruction? And if so, will it be a grant or a loan? Get the full story.

Steve Brown reports: Might the outcome of the Kentucky governor race be a good predictor for the 2004 presidential election? 

James Rosen reports: The Supreme Court (search) decides to hear a case regarding the pledge of allegiance (search). Should the words, 'One Nation Under God,' be removed from the pledge?

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change