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Wednesday, August 10:

Team FOX goes around the world giving you the people, places and politics you need to know — only on “Special Report.”.

At an Illinois Caterpillar plant which makes road-building equipment, President Bush (search) signed a huge $286.4 billion transportation bill that lawmakers packed with plenty of cash for some 6,000 pet projects back home. Carl Cameron reports.

Then, U.S. intelligence officials are trying to determine whether a new, well-produced terror documentary is authentic. Bret Baier has more on this tape and reports the latest news out of Afghanistan (search).

Plus, Iran said today all the seals at its Isfahan nuclear plant had been removed and the facility was fully operational, James Rosen has more.

And the 9/11 Commission (search) will investigate a claim that U.S. defense intelligence officials identified four hijackers as a likely part of an Al Qaeda cell more than a year before the hijackings, but didn't forward the information to law enforcement. Catherine Herridge has the details.

While the National Association of Manufacturers (search) endorsed John Roberts today, a conservative group in Virginia has withdrawn its support for the Supreme Court nominee because of his work, they say, helping overturn a Colorado referendum on gays. Megyn Kendall has the latest on John Roberts.

Residents of Jewish settlements in Gaza are preparing to leave in the coming days with some having to go so far as to disinter their buried dead and ready them for the move as well. Mike Tobin went to Gush Katif to file his report.

The Washington State legislature has passed a measure requiring all state employees to join or at least pay dues to the state employees union. Dan Springer has a fair and balanced report.

We'll also talk with our all-star panel of FOX News contributors about the day's headlines:

—Mort Kondracke, executive editor of Roll Call

Charles Krauthammer, syndicated columnist

—Juan Williams, senior correspondent for National Public Radio

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