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On Friday, a group called Clonaid announced they have produced the world's first human clone. The results have not been confirmed, but how should our government be handling the cloning controversy? We'll get the Long and the Short of It from FOX News contributors Ellen Ratner and Jim Pinkerton.
Was North Korea sending a message to the United States when they expelled United Nations nuclear inspectors? Could we be looking at an all-out war with the Axis of Evil? Retired Green Beret and current domestic security expert Buck Davis, weighs in.
It's just a matter of time before North Korea's nuclear plant will be online and not long after that before they'll be manufacturing nuclear weapons. So whose responsibility is it to step in? We'll ask senior defense analyst with the Cato Institute, Chuck Pena.
Canadian intelligence says Al Qaeda sleeper cells are waking up, getting in gear and communicating with their American contacts. Will 2003 bring new attacks on U.S. soil? Harvey Kushner, president of SaferAmerica.com and author of The Encyclopedia of Terrorism, joins the debate.
Plus, Christmas has come and gone and retailers are slashing prices for after Christmas sales. Will this help the economy, or has Santa's slump set the tone for 2003? Bulls & Bears Chartman Gary B. Smith offers insight.
Should the U.S. take out North Korea's nuclear power plants, or stick to diplomacy? We'll talk strategy with former Green Beret Steve Greer.
How do the Feds distinguish between foreign students studying legally in the U.S. and frauds using the legal loopholes? FOX News legal analyst Lis Weihl weighs in.
Plus, here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Remember the Scud missile components reported to be heading for Yemen? Were they really Baghdad bound? We'll ask Uri Dan, Mideast correspondent for The New York Post.
Plus, while our men and women in uniform face some of the toughest challenges of their lives, so do those they've left behind as Ellie Kay, author of Heroes at Home, explains.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
We'll look at the deteriorating state of relations between North Korea and the U.S. with the Council of Foreign Relations' Eugene Matthews.
Plus, we'll be joined by former Secretary of State General Alexander Haig.
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