Today on "Special Report":

Wendell Goler reports: President Bush (search) salutes troops at Fort Campbell and reminds "when Saddam Hussein went down the terrorists lost a major ally"

Bret Baier reports: Pakistani officials say 'high-value target' cornered near Afghan border -- Could Usama bin Laden and his terror company be running out of places to hide?

William LaJeunesse reports: A homicide bomber blew up a car Thursday near a hotel in the southern city of Basra as a British military patrol passed by, killing three bystanders — the latest in a series of attacks just before the anniversary of the start of the war.

Brian Wilson reports: As the one year anniversary of the war in Iraq approaches, the House of Representatives has approved a resolution of support for the Iraqi people and U.S. troops.

Major Garrett reports: Justice Antonin Scalia (search) says he won't step down from judging a case facing the Supreme Court that involves Vice President Dick Cheney, a close friend.

Carol McKinley reports: With the Senate divided almost evenly, this year's contests are being watched more closely than ever. We'll have the details.

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change