Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Chief U.S. administrator Jay Garner pledged to have Iraq up and running by June 15. Now he's being sent home. What will his replacement do? We'll ask Tim Brown, senior associate at GlobalSecurity.org.
Will President Bush's road map to peace in the Middle East convince terrorists from carrying out their deadly attacks? Judith Davis, author of Martyrs: Innocence, Vengeance and Despair in the Middle East, weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The White House presents a new resolution to the United Nations Security Council with new plans to rebuild Iraq. But what role does the U.S. have in store for the U.N.? Rich Lowry, editor for the National Review Online, joins the debate.
As co-anchor of MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, Robert MacNeil acted as a voice to many events that shaped our history. Now he shares his search for patriotism in his new book, Looking for My Country: Finding Myself in America.
American authorities have promised rewards to Iraqis for information leading to discovery of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons programs. Are we any closer to finding Saddam Hussein's deadly arsenal? Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, offers insight.
Can we trust that Syria will play ball with us as the U.S. wages its war on terror. We'll ask Lally Weymouth, special diplomatic correspondent for Newsweek.
Plus, meet one of the stars of Matrix Reloaded, Hugo Weaving.
And, Linda Vester, host of DaySide, drops by with a preview of her brand new live audience show.
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