Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Scott Peterson is formally charged for the deaths of his wife and unborn baby. But is this an open and shut case? We’ll ask Dave Schertler, former federal prosecutor, and Paul Callan, criminal defense attorney.
The rebuilding process is underway in Baghdad. What should be dealt with first? Aziz al-Taee, of the Iraqi-American Council, weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
New leads on Saddam's weapons of mass destruction are surfacing. But what are the chances they'll lead our troops to Saddam's smoking gun? FNC military analyst retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, weighs in.
They've handed over ex-Saddam big shots and shored up their border with Iraq. It seems that Syria is getting the message to shape up. But does Damascus still have a long way to go? We’ll ask former ambassador to Morocco, FNC foreign affairs analyst, Marc Ginsberg.
The State Department says Syria sponsors terrorism and could be developing weapons of mass destruction. How should Washington deal with Damascus? We’ll ask Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla.
An Iraqi scientist has led U.S. forces to what could be evidence of weapons of mass destruction. Is this the smoking gun we've been waiting for? Tim Trevan, former U.N. weapons inspector, weighs in.
Plus, he saw Operation Iraqi Freedom from the frontlines. Now he is back home safely, FNC correspondent Greg Kelly shares his war stories.
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