Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The Israelis and Palestinians are back at the negotiating table after a week of violence knocked the roadmap off course. Can the Mideast (search) finally get back on the path to peace? We'll ask FOX News contributor and WABC radio host Dr. Monica Crowley.
Operation Desert Scorpion is cracking down pockets of Saddam's supporters. Will this help in the transition to a peaceful and stable Iraq? We'll be joined by former U.S. Army Green Beret Sgt. Maj. Steven Greer, professor at the American Military University.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
After a week of violence an American envoy team arrives in the Middle East. Are we back on the path to peace? Israel's ambassador to the U.S., Daniel Ayalon, joins the debate.
Usama bin Laden's terror network is still at work and may be plotting new attacks. But is Al Qaeda operating from inside America? We'll ask Newsweek magazine's investigative corespondent Michael Isikoff.
Tensions are growing in the Laci Peterson case after the judge issues a gag order. How will it affect the case? We'll get the inside scoop is Court TV anchor and trial attorney, Lisa Bloom.
President Bush maintains hope for peace in the Mideast. But is the roadmap actually a road trap? Frank Gaffney, founder and president of the Center for Security Policy, weighs in.
Hillary Clinton's book has been out for a week now and while we're hearing about "record sales,"
Christopher Ruddy, columnist for Newsmax.com, says the senator's efforts to get some positive PR may have backfired.
Plus, Sam Waksal is busy packing his bags for a seven-year stay in the slammer. But what type of relationship did he have with Martha Stewart? We'll ask William Flanagan, author of Dirty Rotten CEOs.
And, comedian Jay Mohr joins us to explain what happens when comedy meets reality.
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