Topics and Guests, Jan. 16

Today on Special Report ... 

Three days until the Iowa caucuses (search) and things are heated up on the Democratic presidential trail -- Stay with us for up to date expert political analysis.

Carl Cameron reports: Democratic presidential candidates gear up for the Iowa caucuses to be held on Monday night. The hopefuls are checking off their last minute 'to-do' lists, and in some cases, their 'undo' lists. Campaign Carl explains.

GUEST PREVIEW: Our friend David Yepsen of the Des Moines Register answers our questions about the tight race in Iowa.

Major Garrett reports: Iowa's TV programs have been pumped with numerous Democratic ads while leading up to Monday's caucuses. So who spent how much and what will they have to show for it? We'll have the details.

Molly Henneberg reports: All eyes are on Iowa -- And just who are these Iowa voters that will venture out in the cold on Monday night to stand for who they believe in? Watch this special report.

Jim Angle reports: Paul Bremer (search), the U.S. administrator in Iraq, meets in Washington with President Bush and his top advisors to collaborate and find a solution to the latest snag facing democracy builders in Iraq.

Bret Baier reports: Is Saddam Hussein (search) talking? Secretary of State Colin Powell gave answers and we will have a full report.

Steve Brown reports: Where is the best place to go in Iowa if you want to get the scoop -- or shall we say the cut -- on the Democratic presidential hopeful's chances? Don't miss this.

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

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