Here's what's on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The G-8 summit (search) closes Monday as President Bush plans his trip to the Middle East. Was the summit a waist of time or time well spent? We'll get reaction from former New York Rep. Dan Frisa, columnist for Newsmax.com.
We'll mark the fiftieth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's coronation with royal watchers Deborah and Gerald Strober, authors of The Monarchy, an Oral Biography of Elizabeth II.
Is former President Bill Clinton eyeing a third White House bid? We'll ask Allan Lichtman, a history professor at American University, about Clinton's political future.
Plus, we'll speak with Tina Hyleman, a former classmate of bombing suspect Eric Rudolph.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The G-8 summit provided a testing ground for a new type of relationship between the U.S.and other countries following the war in Iraq. But, will ties between the G-8 countries teeter as the fight against terrorism continues? We'll ask Washington Times columunist, Tony Blankley.
Publicly, the G-8 has been all smiles and handshakes. But behind closed doors, can the rift be repaired? We'll get insight from former director of Arms Control and Disarmament and former United Nations ambassador, Ken Adelman.
Suspected Olympic Park bomber, Eric Rudolph (search), makes his first court appearance Monday morning. Will his legal process be put in the hands of a state or federal court? FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl joins the debate.
Plus, we'll hear from Woody Enderson, former FBI inspector in charge of all three bombings Eric Rudolph is suspect in.
We'll assess Iran's nuclear program with Kenneth Timmerman, writer for Insight magazine.
Did Saddam Hussein's regime indeed have banned weapons? We'll ask Time magazine's Washington correspondent Tim Burger to break down the evidence.
And, we'll be joined on set by Courtney Thorne-Smith, star of According to Jim.
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