Topics and Guests, Sept. 26

President Bush (search) and Russian President Vladimir Putin (search) meet at Camp David. The table is set with the tasks of securing a compromise for Iraq’s future, and settling the issue of Russia’s aid to Iran’s nuclear program.

Jim Angle reports: Secretary of State Colin Powell (search) says it will take six months to create an Iraqi constitution. What does this mean for a timeline in Iraq?

Bret Baier reports: U.S. soldiers arrive home for a two-week rest and recuperation break. And Ambassador Paul Bremer (search) briefs the press on the latest in Iraq.

Steve Harrigan reports: What is a day in the life like for a young woman living in post-Saddam Iraq?

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

— Guests and topics are subject to change