Here is what's on tap for Monday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

Will Saddam Hussein comply with the latest U.N. resolution, or will President Bush be forced to trigger our troops into action? We'll ask FOX News military analyst and retired U.S. Army Captain David Christian.

We'll pay tribute to our nation's most powerful symbol with Don Pogany, author of Our Flag Was Still There.

And, we'll be joined by Sopranos' star Steve Schirripa, author of A Goomba's Guide to Life.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Following this year's elections, are serious changes needed for the Democratic Party? We'll ask Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn.

We'll honor Veterans Day with Anthony Principi, secretary of Veteran Affairs and a member of President' Bush's cabinet.

Plus, why is Beltway Sniper suspect John Malvo confessing that he pulled the trigger in some of the shootings? We'll analyze the fallout from this legal bombshell with former federal prosecutor Tim Susanin.

Will Saddam accept U.N. inspectors on his turf? We'll be joined by Tim Trevan, a specialist on weapons of mass destruction and former adviser to the U.S. special commission sent to Iraq after the Gulf War.

Can Nancy Pelosi breathe life back into a Democratic Party that was left breathless on election night? Or, are the Republicans ready to rule for sometime to come? We'll ask Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla.

And, quick strikes or a long drawn out war? That's the question if U.S. troops attack Iraq. FOX News military analyst Major General Paul Vallely offers insight.

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