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Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., resigns as Senate majority leader. Did he fall on his sword, or was he pushed by his Party? We'll get the Long and the Short of it from FOX News contributors Jim Pinkerton and Ellen Ratner.
Will Lott's resignation leave the economy down and out heading into the New Year? FOX News senior business correspondent and host of Bulls & Bears, Brenda Buttner, weighs in.
Is Sen. Bill Frist, R-Tenn., the favorite to take over Lott's position? The Clarion-Ledger's Sid Salter weighs in.
Will the Trent Lott mess incite changes in civil rights, or political bloodletting? Democratic strategist Kiki McLean gives us an insider view from Washington.
How will the resignation affect the Republican Party as we head into a New Year? We'll ask Washington Post political writer Lloyd Grove and National Review editor Rich Lowry.
Plus, are all the forces in place and ready to go face to face against Saddam Hussein? FOX News military analyst Captain David Christian lays out the battle ahead.
And, the U.S. says Iraq is guilty of "material breach." Is a military strike the only option? We'll be joined by former Ambassador Joseph Wilson.
What does Lott's resignation really say about tolerance of racism in our government? Here's your chance to join the debate!
Plus, Hugh Grant takes FNC's Bill McCuddy behind the scenes of his latest flick, Two Weeks Notice.
Iraq claims that their declaration is complete and accurate. Are they lying? We'll ask Barry Schweid, Associated Press diplomatic correspondent.
The debate continues on how the World Trade Center site should be rebuilt and several architects from around the world have designed plans for the area. We'll get reaction to the plans from survivors and families of victims of the terror attacks.
And, here’s what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
We'll get reaction to the changing of the guard in the GOP's Senate leadership from Randy Tate, Republican strategist, and Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist.
Plus, how is America reacting to Lott's resignation? Independent pollster Scott Rasmussen weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
We'll get the skinny on the great last-minute gift ideas from the toy guy Chris Byrne.
Hans Blix is on vacation for two weeks. So do we just wait till he gets back to decide if our troops need to go into Iraq? Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., weighs in.
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