Today on Special Report ...

Carl Cameron reports: The focus of election 2004 shifts to New Hampshire after Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry (search) wins the Iowa caucuses. Will this new momentum result in a 'Comeback Kerry' sweep through the Granite State (search)?

GUEST PREVIEW: Bill Kristol, FNC contributor and editor of The Weekly Standard, handicaps the 2004 presidential race.

Major Garrett reports: Democratic hopeful Wesley Clark (search) did not participate in the Iowa caucuses, instead he took ahead start on the trail in the Granite State. How will he fare when the other hopeful Dems pour into New Hampshire? We'll have a full report.

Jim Angle reports: President Bush delivers the State of the Union address (search) tonight at 9 p.m. -- but first we'll have a preview. Then join Brit at 9 p.m. ET for special coverage of the president's speech.

Brian Wilson reports: House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (search) drops out of the Democratic presidential race after a poor finish in the Iowa caucuses. Is this the end of his political career?

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

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