Topics and Guests, Feb. 2

Today on "Special Report"

GUEST PREVIEW: For answers on the developing Middle East situation we turn to Dennis Ross, former Middle East envoy and FNC foreign affairs analyst.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic presidential contenders pull out all the stops as Tuesday's seven state contest closes in. Could front-runner John Kerry (search) -- who is ahead in the polls in five of the seven states -- sweep through the South and West? Get an update from the campaign trail.

Major Garrett reports: Howard Dean's campaign concentrates efforts in Michigan, where the Democratic presidential nomination vote will be held next Saturday. Are they looking past tomorrow's primaries and caucuses? Get a full report.

Jim Angle reports: President Bush meets with former U.S. weapons hunter David Kay (search). We'll have the details.

Brian Wilson reports: President Bush sends his $2.4 trillion budget to Congress.  Where does the president think we could tighten the fiscal belt?

Bret Baier reports: The latest news out of Iraq.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (search) makes a bold announcement -- Opponents question his sincerity. We'll have the story.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change