Topics and Guests, Dec. 10

Today on Special Report...

Carl Cameron reports: Al Gore (search) makes a big decision -- How will other Democratic presidential candidates react?

Brian Wilson reports: In a narrow 5-to-4 vote the Supreme Court upholds 'soft money' limits. Get the details.

Jim Angle reports: The United States, friends and allies led a coalition of the willing into Iraq -- some countries were not on board. Now the White House is on board with the Pentagon's plan to keep those who opposed the war from bidding on the country's $18.6 billion worth of major reconstruction contracts. We'll have the fallout.

Steve Centanni reports: The Iraqi Governing Council (search) will establish war crimes tribunals to try Saddam Hussein and his former associates. Might these trials be televised? We'll have the story.

Major Garrett reports: The Supreme Court hears arguments about whether it should intervene to stop political gerrymandering (search). Get a full report.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Is Iran close to obtaining a nuclear weapon? A report you don't want to miss!

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change