Topics and Guests, Sept. 22

How long will our troops stay in Iraq? Who will help us pay the colossal cost of reconstruction?Brit Hume’s exclusive interview with President Bush will air on FOX Broadcasting Network at 8 p.m. EDT Monday, and then will be replayed on FOX News Channel at midnight EDT.

Jim Angle reports: While preparing to address the United Nations General Assembly, the commander in chief took over an hour out of his busy schedule to discuss the pressing issues facing the country. We’ll have highlights.

Greg Kelly reports: Two people were killed and 19 were injured when a homicide bomber set off an explosion at a police checkpoint near U.N. headquarters in Baghdad.

Steve Harrigan reports: What is a typical day like for the average Baghdad resident? No electricity, no air conditioning, no fan, no running water in the residential houses…Don’t miss part one of this compelling four part series.

Major Garrett reports: The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals convenes a full panel to decide whether the gubernatorial vote will go ahead Oct. 7. We will have the latest.

Brian Wilson reports: Rep. Bill Janklow, R-S.D., holds his first press conference since being charged in connection with a crash that killed a motorcyclist. We’ll have the story.

Carl Cameron reports: A busy day on the Democratic presidential trail — Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun (search) formally announces that she is running for president, Sen. John Kerry (search) says he'll defend the American industry with new tax breaks, and retired General Wesley Clark (search) makes his first campaign stop since entering the race.

All three took aim at one common target…the Bush administration.

Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.

— Guests and topics are subject to change