Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The hunt for Iraq's banned weapons continues, but will the U.S.-led coalition find any chemical, biological and nuclear weapons? We’ll ask FOX News contributor and WABC radio host, Dr. Monica Crowley.
Gitmo is set to let 12 to 15 more prisoners go this week. Does the risk seem greater than it really is? Michael Swetnam, president of the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies, weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
While the war in Iraq continues to wind down the Bush administration turns their eyes to fighting with an economy that needs a jump-start. Is the president’s plan the answer? Sen. Gordon Smith, R-Ore., weighs in.
The Republican Guard -- are they just faces in the Iraqi crowds, or have coalition forces toppled Saddam's strongest supporters? We’ll ask senior editor of Time magazine, Lisa Beyer.
Terrorist attacks worldwide have dropped. But that doesn't mean our work in protecting the homeland is done. What’s being done to keep you safe at home? James Kallstrom, senior adviser to Gov. Pataki for counter-terrorism and former assistant FBI director, offers insight.
And, we’ll be joined by American Idol cast-off, Trenyce.
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