Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
France and Germany are joining forces in an attempt to avoid a war with Iraq. Is the use of U.N. peacekeeping troops the answer? We'll ask military expert and head of StrategyPage.com, James Dunnigan.
High terror alerts and the possibility of war has us all on pins and needles. Can we use our fear to our advantage? Thom Rutledge, psychotherapist and author of Embracing Fear and Finding the Courage to Live Your Life, offers insight.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
What triggered the nation's terror alert to be raised to the second highest level? And what should you be doing to protect yourself? Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge joins us from the White House.
France and Germany want to come up with a peaceful plan to disarm Saddam Hussein. But President Bush says, if necessary, we'll take care of him ourselves. How will the situation play out? FOX News foreign affairs analyst, Ambassador Dennis Ross, director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, joins the debate.
As a rematch with Saddam looks more and more like a reality, we'll be joined by someone who was there the first time, Craig Rivera, FOX News producer.
U.N. chief weapons inspectors are seeing a change of heart in Iraq. But Secretary of State Colin Powell continues to believe the inspection process is flawed. What should the president do next? We'll ask FOX News contributor Dick Morris, author of Power Plays.
Plus, imagine an Iraq without Saddam Hussein. How long will it take our troops to stabilize the region? We'll examine Washington's blueprint with Michael Hirsh, senior editor of Newsweek.
And, we'll ask Bill Allen, editor-in-chief for National Geographic, why the magazine has decided to offer a swimsuit issue.
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