Tonight on Special Report with Brit Hume.

Jim Angle reports: President Bush defends his vice president's business record, saying he's confident that the investigation into the oilfield services company Dick Cheney headed would show Cheney did nothing wrong.

Carl Cameron reports: After whisking to passage new criminal penalties for business fraud, House lawmakers are poised to try to resolve differences with the Senate on corporate crackdown legislation to send to President Bush.

James Rosen reports: The chairman of the House panel investigating intelligence failures that may have prevented the Sept. 11 attacks issues a report saying that deficiencies abound in the FBI, CIA and the National Security Agency.

Steve Brown reports: Get the inside look at the House primary race between Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., and state Rep. Lynn Rivers.

Jennifer Griffin reports: A dual bomb attack kills at least seven people and injures 30 in Tel Aviv. We'll have the up-to-the-minute updates.

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