Today on Special Report...

Carl Cameron reports: Former Vice President Al Gore (search) endorses Democratic frontrunner Howard Dean (search) -- Does this mean the race for the Democratic nomination is over?

Greg Palkot reports: The U.S. military repulses two suicide attacks on American bases  -- one here in the far north and a second in Baghdad -- thwarting bombers with stepped-up defenses after a series of deadly attacks stretching back to August.  We'll have a full report live from the scene.

Jim Angle reports: President Bush announces that the U.S. has asked the island republic to cancel a referendum American officials feel would be provocative toward Beijing. We'll have the details.

Brian Wilson reports: The House approves a $328 billion omnibus spending bill -- Will the Senate follow suit? We'll have the latest.

Simon Marks reports: A homicide bomber blew herself up outside the National Hotel across from Moscow's Red Square (search), killing five bystanders, wounding at least 12 and sparking fears of a new wave of terror attacks in the heart of the Russian capital. Get the full report.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Could Iran (search) be six months away from obtaining a nuclear weapon? Don't miss this report.

Molly Henneberg reports: Learn about a new Air and Space Museum opening in the suburbs outside Washington.

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

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