Today on Special Report ... 

Join us tonight as we report LIVE from the State Capitol Building in Des Moines, Iowa ...

It is no longer the polls or pundits call -- Tonight the voters decide. We of course will have Team FOX coverage as this decision day unfolds.

GUEST PREVIEW: For answers we turn to our friend who has been covering the caucuses here since Jimmy Carter made them famous 28 years ago, David Yepsen, political columnist of the Des Moines Register.

Carl Cameron Reports: Polls show a four-way horse race as Iowa Democrats venture out in the cold to support the candidate they believe can make it all the way to the White House in 2004. We'll have complete coverage.

Alisyn Camerota reports: Two candidates sit out the Iowa caucuses and instead put all of there energy towards New Hampshire. Will their Iowa absence hurt their campaign? Or, might the extra 'alone time' in the Granite State guarantee them a head start?

Molly Henneberg reports: Who are the committed voters who go out tonight to stand, literally, for their candidates? We'll have a special report.

Jim Angle reports: Key players from the Iraqi reconstruction team meet behind closed doors at U.N. headquarters in Iraq. Will the world body take on a bigger role in the political planning for a sovereign Iraq? We will 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