Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

The possibility of a commercial plane missile attack and a new state department warning are reviving air travel fears. How worried should you be? We'll ask Harvey Kushner, terrorism analyst and author of The Encyclopedia of Terrorism.

Plus, Damon Wayans grew up with eight brothers and sisters. Did that help drive him to success? We'll ask him.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Weapons inspections in Iraq are in full swing and, so far, have found nothing out of the ordinary. But should we really expect to find something suspicious? Tim Trevan, former U.N. inspector and author of Saddam's Secrets, explains why we should expect little or nothing.

The State Department warns that U.S. planes could be the next targets of air-launched missiles. How big of a threat do these missiles really pose? We'll be joined by Jack Spencer, author of Ballistic Missile Threat Handbook and a defense analyst at the Heritage Foundation.

The twin Kenyan terror attacks prompts a terror travel warning for all Americans. But with no confirmation that Al Qaeda carried out the strike, what exactly do officials fear? We'll ask FOX News military analyst retired U.S. Army Colonel David Hunt.

Plus, the U.S. is pressuring Saudi Arabia to increase its anti-terrorism efforts. Can we expect more help? Congressional corespondent for Time magazine, Doug Waller offers insight.

And, we'll be joined by star of Analyze That, Joe Viterelli.

Don't miss a moment with us!

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