Topics and Guests, Oct. 27

Today on Special Report...

Dana Lewis reports: Violence in Baghdad marks the onset of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan (search) -- A series of car bomb attacks killed 34 people, excluding the homicide bombers. We will have a full report on the situation.

GUEST PREVIEW: Retired U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney, FNC military analyst, will discuss the latest violence in Iraq.

James Rosen reports: President Bush, sitting next to civilian U.S. Iraqi administrator L. Paul Bremer (search) in the Oval Office, says he remains "even more determined to work with the Iraqi people" to restore peace and civility to the war-torn nation.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic contenders tried to stand out in the crowded field during Sunday’s debate sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus Institute (search) and FOX News Channel. Watch the highlights.

Rick Leventhal reports: Why are faculty members at Yale University’s law school suing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (search)? We’ll have the details.

Brian Wilson reports: Dems stall on Bush’s nomination for EPA administrator -- Can the Republicans rally enough votes to force cloture?

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change