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Team FOX goes around the world giving you the people, places and politics you need to know — only on “Special Report.”

Newsweek has acknowledged errors and apologized for a story that alleged U.S. interrogators at Guantanamo Bay desecrated the Koran (search). The accusations resulted in protests in Afghanistan that left 15 people dead. The Pentagon describes the reporting as "irresponsible" and is investigating, while the White House says the magazine should retract the story. Carl Cameron will have more on the story.

Plus, we’ll also talk to former ABC correspondent Robert Zelnick, of the Boston University Department of Journalism, about Newsweek’s mistakes.

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (search) is proposing to close and shrink hundreds of bases to create a leaner, more cost-effective force. If accepted, the plan would alter the domestic military landscape. Bret Baier has the details.

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid (search) and others are speaking out against Republicans who they claim are abusing their power. Major Garrett takes a look at judicial nominations, which are expected to be debated late Tuesday on the Senate floor.

To the dismay of fellow Democrats and breaking with party leaders, Democratic congressman Robert Wexler (search) is releasing his plan to revise Social Security at a speech before 300 senior citizens in Florida. Jim Angle has the story.

Plus, correspondent Anita Vogel has a report on the Los Angeles mayoral runoff, which incumbent Mayor James Hahn (search) finds himself facing off against Antonio Villaraigosa (search) again. Four years ago Hahn won by seven percentage points, but now polls show him down by double digits.

Also, we’ll have a report from Eric Shawn on the latest in the U.N. Oil-for-Food (search) saga.

And we'll talk with our all-star panel of FOX News contributors about the day's political headlines:

Fred Barnes, executive editor of The Weekly Standard

Mort Kondracke, executive editor of Roll Call

Mara Liasson , national political reporter for NPR

Don’t miss tonight’s “Special Report with Brit Hume.”

About the Show

Anchored by Washington news veteran Brit Hume, "Special Report with Brit Hume" provides an in-depth look at the day's news and offers a daily topical discussion of political issues impacting the nation.

Hume serves as host to key newsmakers, political pundits and FOX News contributors exchanging views about political matters from taxes and Social Security to international affairs and the political scandal of the day.

Hume brings a historical perspective to the political scene that is rarely rivaled. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., he has covered the policies, procedures and players in the national game called politics for more than 30 years. The Baltimore Sun referred to him as "the very personification of the political establishment."

Each program features a two-minute segment called The Grapevine, which reels off the latest outrageous news nuggets, political poll results and in-the-Beltway gossip that viewers will not see on any other news program. The New York Daily News describes The Grapevine as a must see that, "will make you sound smart around the water cooler… the next day."

FOX News' Team Washington provides live reports from the White House, Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court and key federal agencies. Seasoned correspondents, including Carl Cameron, Wendell Goler and Major Garrett, explore political hot spots, races and legislative battles being waged around the nation and abroad.

Hume wraps up each program with a lively roundtable discussion featuring Mara Liasson of National Public Radio, Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard and Mort Kondracke of Roll Call.

And more people watch FNC's Primetime than all of the cable news competition combined!

— Guests and topics are subject to change