Topics and Guests, Dec. 2

Today on Special Report...

Brian Wilson reports: Should a student be denied a college scholarship because of choice of study? What if that choice is theology? Should the Supreme Court decide? We will have the story.

GUEST PREVIEW: Constitutional law professor Jonathan Turley weighs in on the latest cases before the Supreme Court.

Bret Baier reports: Contrary to recent reports -- Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri (search), the former Saddam Hussein deputy suspected of leading the anti-U.S. attacks in Iraq, was not captured or killed in a military operation.

Greg Palkot reports: Don't miss this exclusive interview with three accused terrorists currently in prison in Northern Iraq.

Carol McKinley reports: South Dakota Rep. William Janklow's (search) manslaughter trial is underway. We will have a full report.

Wendell Goler reports: What do campaign contributions, NASCAR (search) race drivers, and the commander in chief have in common? Get the details.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean (search) attempts to set the record straight -- Find out what he has to say in response to recent criticisms in this You Decide 2004 report.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change