Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends (6 a.m. ET)
Al Gore says he's not running for president in 2004. What sparked this decision and does this now leave the arena wide open for Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn.? We'll ask Flavia Colgan, Democratic strategist and FOX News contributor, and Kim Alfano, Republican consultant.
President Bush is naming names and giving the CIA the license to kill. Does the U.S. have the right to kill terrorists? We'll ask attorney Peter Johnson.
Plus, does the CIA have the tools to infiltrate and kill and top terror leaders on the new White House hit list? James Dunnigan, military expert and editor of StrategyPage.com, offers insight.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
We may soon be hearing from the United Nations about that lengthy Iraq weapons declaration. Did inspectors find anything of interest? We'll ask former chief U.N. weapons inspector and director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Terence Taylor.
What lies ahead for the political future of Al Gore? Syndicated columnist Armstrong Williams and Democratic Attorney Julian Epstein join the debate.
Plus, we'll hear from Rep. J.C. Watts, author of What Color is a Conservative?
Trent Lott's controversial race remarks sparked a fiery debate on whether or not he's fit to lead the Senate. Now we'll ask Newsweek magazine's managing editor Jon Meacham how much the senator stands to lose.
And, Denis Leary has been making America laugh for more than a decade. Now, he's helping America heal.
Don't miss a moment with us!
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