Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

As Israeli (search) and Palestinian leaders move towards a peaceful resolution, many questions still remain. Will a permanent truce ever be possible? We'll ask Barry Schweid, diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press and FOX News foreign affairs contributor.

Plus, we'll uncover the stories behind our nation's most patriotic songs with Ace Collins, author of Songs Sung Red, White and Blue.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

A new plan to pursue peace and order in Iraq is underway, but will Operation Sidewinder ensure our soldiers safety? Retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FOX News military analyst, weighs in.

Is the Saudi (search) royal family stuck between a rock and a hard place in their support of anti-American ideologies? We'll be joined by Cliff May, president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

The FBI says they're hunting down Al Qaeda in the United States. But how do we uncover these sleeper cells? We'll ask Skip Brandon, FBI's former deputy assistant director for counter intelligence and co-founder of Smith and Brandon International.

U.S. soldiers are coming under daily attack in Iraq. What affect is this having on the White House? We'll get insight from Bill Sammon, senior White House correspondent of The Washington Times.

Saddam Hussein's half brother and financial mastermind is in U.S. custody. Does he have clues that could lead us to Saddam's secret stash of billions of dollars? Adam Zagorin, Washington correspondent for Time magazine, weighs in.

FBI agents searching for anthrax in a pond in Maryland have found no immediate evidence to suggest links to the 2001 anthrax attacks. What difference does this make in the on-going investigation? Criminal defense attorney Mickey Sherman joins the debate.

Reports that Usama bin Laden's No. 2 is being held in Iran are being denied. Is Iran cooperating with the war on terror? We'll ask Mamoun Fandy, author of Saudi Arabia and the Politics of Dissent.

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