Topics and Guests, Nov. 26, & 27

Today on Special Report...

Wednesday, November 26:

The economy moves full steam ahead and Congress passes Medicare (search) reform. These are sure to be among the things for which the president is grateful this Thanksgiving holiday. Join us for the latest news and some special holiday reports

Wendell Goler reports: The president and first lady prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday on their ranch in Texas.

Carl Cameron reports: Just as the Republican-dominated Congress passes Medicare reform, the Democratic presidential candidates are now making health care an issue. Get the details.

Major Garrett reports: How has Congress progressed this year during the war on terror (search )? We'll have a full report.

Mike Emanuel reports: The former administrator in Iraq has some criticisms for his successor Paul Bremer (search ). Find out the story.

Thursday, November 27:

Molly Henneberg reports: We'll have a special report on the soldiers recovering at Walter Reed Medical Center (search ).


• Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney discusses strategies for routing out Al Qaeda (search).

• Sir John Keegan, military historian and author, weighs in on the intelligence of today versus intelligence of the past.

• Former first lady Barbara Bush gives us a very special interview.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change