Topics and Guests, Feb. 13

Today on Special Report:

The Democratic presidential candidates are out in full force — But with Sen. Kerry's 12 out of 14 wins — Is this race already over?

GUEST PREVIEW: Why did one senator say, "Never get between a congressman and asphalt, because you will always get run over?"  David Baumann, staff correspondent for National Journal magazine, will explain.

Carl Cameron reports: As the Democratic presidential candidates concentrate on Wisconsin front-runner John Kerry picks up a general endorsement.

Wendell Goler reports: A U.N. official sided with the United States in its dispute with Iraq's powerful Shiite Muslim clergy over elections. We'll have the details.

Mike Emanuel reports: Did a National Guardsman from Everett, Washington aid anti-American terrorists? Watch this report.

Anita Vogel reports: San Francisco has issued more than 150 marriage licenses to gay couples. Is this legal? We'll have the fallout.

Steve Centanni reports: A small building in Washington D.C. could have big effects on the hearts and minds of Arabs.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change