Here's what is on tap for Monday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

How will Living History impact Hillary Clinton's image? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Pat Schaefer, Democratic strategist, and Kellyanne Conway, Republican pollster.

Child tax credits stages for possible tough negotiations between the Republicans and the
Democrats. Will a solution be found? We'll ask Rep. Jim Nussle, R-Iowa, chairman of the Budget Committee.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Will the fanfare surrounding Hillary Clinton's memoirs prove to be its own Living History? We'll be joined by The Beltway Boys, Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes.

Plus, Dick Morris, a former Clinton adviser and FOX News political analyst, shares his own thoughts on Hillary's Living History.

And, will readers find her Hillary's new book a work of fiction? Brit Hume, Washington's managing editor and host of Special Report, joins the debate.

Police investigating the abduction of a fourth-grade girl released a grainy surveillance videotape Sunday that contains several brutal images and sounds from the brazen crime. Do the authorities have any new leads? We'll ask criminal profiler Pat Brown, author of Killing for Sport.

Death certificates of Laci Peterson and her unborn son list their cause of death as undetermined. Will this have any impact on the case? We'll ask former U.S. Attorney Joe Digenova.

A group of French kids were forced to cancel a student exchange program in Philadelphia after being told they were not welcome in the homes of their American hosts. We'll get reaction from Frank Tarsitano, president of the Nacel Open Door Cultural Exchange Program.

Plus, Memento star Guy Pearce gives us the lowdown on his new movie The Hard Word.

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