Here is what's on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
More than a decade ago the United States military launched a quick campaign against Iraq. Will the next showdown with Saddam be as clear and concise? We'll get insight from defense and foreign policy consultant David Isby.
'Tis the season for holiday shopping and nothing says Christmas like a sweater with all the trimmings. Cheryl Kramer, beauty editor at Redbook magazine, drops by with the hottest fashions in winter knitwear.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
After five days of searches, United Nations weapons inspectors hit their first glitch: missing equipment from a missile site. Is this the smoking gun inspectors are looking for, or just an oversight? We'll ask former U.N. biological weapons inspector Jonathan Tucker.
Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Egypt are the major allies we're counting on for support in case of war with Iraq. But it may be one of the smallest countries that plays the largest role. We'll learn more about Qatar from former ambassador to this unique Arab ally, Patrick Theros, president and director of the U.S. Qatar Business Council.
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