Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Renewed violence in the Mideast has the U.S. vowing to help both sides pursue peace plans. But can President Bush and his team keep the two sides from veering off the road to peace? We’ll ask Joel Mowbray, writer for National Review Online and syndicated columnist.
The FBI drains a Maryland pond searching for clues in the two-year long anthrax investigation. But will pulling the plug on the pond get us to the "bottom" of the case? We’ll be joined by Dr. Larry Kobilinsky, professor of forensic science at John Jay College.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The Bush administration remains convinced that Saddam has weapons of mass destruction. But where is the proof? We’ll ask Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas.
Will the Domestic Diva be forced to rename her magazine Martha Stewart Living... Behind Bars? We’ll get the latest on the investigation from former U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey.
We’ll explore what it left on the president’s post-war plate with Washington Post staff writer, Dana Milbank.
Will Hillary Clinton’s Living History live up to the hype? Time magazine senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf weighs in.
Plus, NASCAR driver Jimmy Johnson makes a pit stop.
And, can stylist Robert Verdi spice up our cameraman Hardy's style? You be the judge.
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