Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

The militant group Hamas (search) is throwing hurdles in the way of a push for peace. Is there any way to convince them to give up the fight and give peace a chance? We’ll ask Dr. Stephen Cohen, national scholar of the Israel Policy Forum.

Plus, the case against Martha Stewart takes an interesting legal turn as her former lawyers are being forced to testify against their old client. How could this hurt the domestic diva? Paul Callen, former New York City prosecutor, weighs in.

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Saddam Hussein stole from his countrymen by skimming profits from the United Nations' oil for food program. Now the United States is out to uncover these assets thought to run in the billions of dollars. We’ll get more on this international effort from David Aufhauser, general counsel for the U.S. Treasury Department.

U.S. forces are still facing resistance from forces loyal to Saddam. But is the constant violence something that should have been expected? Retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FOX News military analyst, weighs in.

Plus, Scott Peterson is accused of killing his wife and un-born baby. But that hasn't stopped dozens of women from writing love letters to him. How unusual is this? FOX News contributor and best-selling author Dr. Georgia Witkin weighs in.

The Saudis say they're doing their part in the fight against terror. So why are some critics questioning their tactics? We’ll ask Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi foreign policy adviser.

Plus, whether weapon of mass destruction are found in Iraq or not, the issue of whether the U.S. intelligence was shaded or embellished is critically important. Was the intelligence compromised? Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, joins the debate.

And, are politicians, cultural leaders and journalists impeding the war on terror? We’ll ask Dick Morris, FOX News contributor and author of the new book Off With Their Heads.

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