Here is what's on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
According to the United Nations' top nuclear inspector, the search for proof of Saddam's deadly arsenal could take months even a year to complete. Should Washington wait for the results? We'll ask Rob Sobhani, Georgetown professor on Mideast relations and foreign policy.
Plus, he pioneered space and the depths of the ocean. Mercury astronaut Scott Carpenter tells us about his stunning journeys to the ends of the earth.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The continuing troop build-up in the Persian Gulf has the Department of Defense changing the war timetable. When's the soonest out troops will be ready to fight? Oliver North, FOX News military analyst, host of War Stories and author of Mission Compromised, weighs in.
Plus, U.S. officials said they won't reward North Korea for bad behavior. But is the Bush administration on the right path with this conflict? We'll ask former ambassador to Morocco and FOX News contributor Ambassador Marc Ginsberg.
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