Up Next: Weekdays

On tonight's brodcast we'll continue with our Eye on America investigation into American security with the first of a two-part look at fake ID's. Investigators now know that at least six of the September 11th terrorists used false identification to carry out the attacks but, as Sandra Hughes found out, it's just as easy as ever to purchase airline tickets under an assumed identity.

Last fall's deadly anthrax mailings are back in the news, amid conflicting reports on the state of the FBI's investigation. We'll turn to Jim Stewart for the latest, from Washington.

In other news today, Congressional hearings into the Enron collapse continued on Capitol Hill, with former Enron chief Jeffrey Skilling and so-called Enron whistle-blower Sherron Watkins being questioned today by lawmakers, and giving sometimes conflicting answers. Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer will have that for us.

And David Hawkins will report from Israel on the Saudi peace plan that proposes official recognition of Israel in exchange for Israeli withdrawal from lands it has occupied since the 1967 Mideast war.

Finally tonight, Mark Phillips will report from London on a business meal that puts the three martini lunch to shame.

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- Dan Rather

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