Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
It's the first time since the Gulf War that United States loses an aircraft over Iraq. Could this loss catapult us into war? We'll ask pilot Cholene Espinoza, who once flew spy planes over Iraq.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
This former Iraqi pilot says Saddam is hiding evidence in the ground throughout Iraq and its citizens' homes. And Mohammed Al-Ammary adds that nothing was destroyed after the Gulf War. We'll get the inside story.
Iraq shoots down one of our drone planes and North Korea tests our tolerance for their nukes. Can we manage a war on two fronts? Retired Lt. Col. Brian Haig, author of The Kingmanker, weighs in.
Plus, "the greatest" Muhammad Ali joins us for a special chat about his new magazine and his trip to Afghanistan.
Also, hard year for the holiday spirit? Everyday fears are ruining what could be a great holiday! FOX News contributor Georgia Witkin, author of Stress Relief, Great and Small, shares some advice with us.
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