Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Martha Stewart, Hillary Clinton and the war on terror. How do teens feel about these issues? We'll ask the youngest host of a national radio talk show, Ben Ferguson.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Which -- if any -- will the U.S. find first: Saddam Hussein (search), or his weapons of mass destruction? We'll be joined by Con Coughlin, author of Saddam: King of Terror and the executive editor of London's Sunday Telegraph.
The latest video message from Al Qaeda came with several messages. We'll sort through them with Harvey Kushner, author of the Encyclopedia of Terrorism and president of SaferAmerica.com.
Israel's killing of a top Hamas leader is the latest obstacle in Mideast peace efforts. Will it ruin any chance of reaching a cease-fire with Palestinian militant groups? We'll get insight from Gary Bauer, former presidential candidate and the president of American Values.
Plus, we'll be joined by Golden Globe winner Tony Shalboub, star of Monk.
Don't miss a moment with us!
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