Today on Special Report...
Eric Shawn reports: The United Nations Security Council (search) has unanimously approved a U.S. resolution designed to encourage more support for rebuilding Iraq. Among the members voting for the resolution were France, Germany, Russia and Syria.
Brian Wilson reports: The U.S. Senate spends the day debating President Bush's request for $87 billion to support troops and reconstruction in iraq and Afghanistan. Controversy centers around whether $20 billion of that amount should be offered to Iraq as a loan or as an outright grant.
James Rosen reports: President Bush spends another day in California before departing for a week-long trip to Asia and Australia, meeting with Governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) and later making remarks on terrorism, Iraq and the economy.
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume at 6 p.m. ET.
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