Topics and Guests, May 29

FOX News exclusive
Carl Cameron reports: Attorney General John Ashcroft and FBI Director Robert Mueller announce dramatic new changes to the Federal Bureau of Investigation that officials hope will greatly aid the war on terrorism. And new guidelines for law enforcement investigations are set to be announced. We'll have the scoop on that.

Panel preview: Can the conflict between India and Pakistan be resolved? Or is it too late? Also, are there plans to exile Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat? We debate.

Guest: Stuart Taylor, National Journal: The reorganization the FBI announced would change it from a police investigative agency into a domestic security and intelligence agency. How much effect will this have on life in America? 

William La Jeunesse reports: India's foreign minister says that Pakistan must take urgent steps to halt cross-border terrorism and rein in Islamic insurgents in Kashmir.

Brian Wilson reports: Despite the fact that President Bush has deemed it a national security priority to develop domestic sources of oil and natural gas, the Bush administration agrees not to conduct any drilling of sizable oil and gas reserves off Florida's coast. Read the story.

Bret Baier reports: British troops deploy near the Pakistani border to stop Al Qaeda and Taliban fighters from returning to Afghanistan in "Operation Buzzard." We have the latest from the war on terror.

Jennifer Griffin reports: Pressure mounts on Israeli President Ariel Sharon to retaliate after three teenagers are slain while playing basketball in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank.

Catherine Herridge reports: According to government documents, two men from Pakistan are being held without bond because they allegedly wanted to start a Holy War by targeting Jewish-owned businesses and community centers in south Florida.

Details on these stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change