Topics and Guests, Oct. 23

Today on Special Report...

Jim Angle reports: President Bush stops in Hawaii on his way home from a six-nation tour of the Pacific Rim. Earlier, the president was in Australia where he thanked the government of Prime Minister John Howard (search) for its help in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Bret Baier reports: Defense secretary Rumsfeld’s memo about the war on terror -- that was addressed to four top pentagon officials -- has received national attention. How is the Bush administration reacting? Get the story.

Molly Henneberg reports: Coalition troops made a major discovery in the search for weapons in Iraq and FNC correspondent Molly Henneberg was there. Watch the shocking details.

Dana Lewis reports: Bipartisan Congresswomen travel to Iraq to get the real story. We’ll have the report.

Greg Palkot reports: Can we expect more international support to assist in the reconstruction of Iraq?

Carl Cameron reports: Why is Democratic hopeful Sen. John Kerry (search) slipping in the polls? We’ll explain in this You Decide 2004 report.

Adam Housley reports: California’s incoming and outgoing governors meet to discuss the transition process. Will the acting governor and governor-elect let bygones be bygones?

James Rosen reports: First it was the ‘do-not-call’, is the ‘do-not-spam’ to follow?

Orlando Salinas reports: Why would the Democratic hopefuls boycott a Democratic Party event in Florida?

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change