Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends (6 a.m. ET)
Is Syria with us, or against us when it comes to catching Iraq's top guys? We'll ask James Dunnigan, editor of StrategyPage.com.
Are the police taking all the right steps in the Laci Peterson case? We'll get insight from Joe Cardinale, retired NYPD lieutenant detective.
Some celebrities coming under fire for speaking out against the war. They're feeling the backlash, but will the public soon forgive and forget? Foxnews.com's very own Liza Porteus joins the debate.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
What type of challenge faces our troops as the rebuilding of Iraq begins to take shape? FNC military analyst retired U.S. Navy Capt. Chuck Nash joins us from Washington.
Plus, who will shoulder the budget burden of rebuilding Iraq? FNC political analyst and Washington bureau chief of Fortune magazine, Jeff Birnbaum, offers insght.
Peter Johnson, FNC legal analyst, tells us what we should expect from the arraignment of Scott Peterson.
Is Syria next on the government's "hit list?" We'll ask syndicated columnist and FNC political analyst, Linda Chavez.
Is there enough forensic evidence to determine the cause of death in the Laci Peterson case? Larry Koblinsky, professor of forensic science at John Jay College, takes us inside the case.
And, is our continued military presence in Iraq a long-term necessity, or the match that could fuel a civil backlash? FNC contributor and Washington Times columnist, Harlan Ullman, offers his view..
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