Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
As U.S. troops depart for the Persian Gulf, Saddam says his country is ready to destroy the enemy. How close are we to an Iraq attack? We'll ask defense and policy consultant David Isby.
Both President Bush and the Democrats unveil competing economic stimulus packages. Could this lead to a battle in Congress on how best to revive the economy? We'll get both sides of the debate from Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, and Robert Lenzner, national editor of Forbes magazine.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The United Nation's nuclear watchdog gives North Korea one more chance to admit weapons inspectors. Will they open their doors or continue their defiant stance? We'll ask Ken Adelman, former director of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament and host of TechCentralStation.com.
Which crisis is more important: North Korea, or Iraq? It's becoming a balancing act for President Bush. Is he making a mistake by focusing on Baghdad? We'll be joined by Richard Wolffe, diplomatic correspondent for Newsweek.
It seems every Democrat with a shot at the White House is starting to raise money in the past two weeks for a run next year. Who's in and who's out? And can they beat President Bush? Democratic strategist Daedre Levine weighs in.
Plus, a big New Year's resolution is to lose weight and get in shape. Suzanne Somers explains how it can be Fast and Easy.
And, will the gang survive an encounter with three-time Olympian and 1998 Olympic medallist Gordy Sheer?
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