Topics and Guests, Dec. 16

Today on Special Report...

Bret Baier reports: Documents found with Saddam Hussein (search) link the captured dictator to terrorist organizations. We'll get a full report from FNC pentagon correspondent Bret Baier who is traveling in the region with Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman, General Richard Myers (search).

GUEST PREVIEW: How will Saddam Hussein's interrogation process ensue? What can we expect in the days, months or years ahead? Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, FNC military analyst, answers our questions.

Mike Emanuel reports: Now that U.S. forces have literally pulled the Ace from the hole in Iraq -- Will this dispel fear from the Iraqi people and push them to weed out the Saddam loyalists? We'll have the story.

Wendell Goler reports: Will former Secretary of State James Baker (search) be able to persuade certain countries to forgive Iraq's outstanding debt? Find out the details.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean (search) turns his energy away from Democratic opponents and focuses on the current commander in chief.

Major Garrett reports: Does the G.O.P. have a good chance of picking up five new southern U.S. Senate seats in the 2004 elections? We'll have a full 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