Today on Special Report...

Jim Angle reports: President Bush (search) meets with South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun (search) and cites 'good progress' in winning support for a new diplomatic proposition to North Korea.

GUEST PREVIEW: Richard Miniter, author of Losing bin Laden, will discuss the latest Usama bin Laden tape and what it means to the war on terror.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Israeli helicopters and warplanes unleash a string of missile strikes in Gaza City, killing two Hamas members and a bystander and wounding 23 other Palestinians on the street, including at least four children.

Bret Baier reports: One American soldier was killed and six others were wounded after an ambush attack outside Fallujah (search).

Simon Marks reports: Since the removal of the Saddam regime many Iraqis find themselves taking up age-old hobbies. Get the whole story.

Major Garrett reports: A new poll shows Missouri Rep. Dick Gephardt (search) and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (search) leading the field of Democrats in the Iowa caucuses. Meanwhile, two other candidates announce plans to skip the state’s caucuses, does one have anything to do with the other?

Mike Emanuel reports: A college student who told federal authorities he placed box cutters and other banned items aboard two Southwest Airlines planes nearly five weeks before they were found is released on his own recognizance. 

Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume at 6 p.m. ET.

— Guests and topics are subject to change