Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

Is the Bush administration serious about bringing stability to Africa? We'll ask Dr. Monica Crowley, FOX News contributor and member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Sunday in Baghdad (search), a soldier was shot at close range while trying to buy a soda. As these deadly assaults continue to rock the safety of our troops, can we really say the war is over? Michael Weisskopf, senior correspondent for Time magazine, weighs in.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

We'll get a preview of President Bush's five-nation tour of Africa with Rich Lowry, editor of The National Review.

What is the key to stabilizing Liberia (search)? We'll ask Herman Cohen, former assistant secretary of State for African Affairs.

Are U.S. troops needed in Liberia? Senate Majority Whip Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., joins the debate.

Can Arnold Schwarzenegger save California if he decides to run for governor? We'll get answers from Shari Annis, former press secretary for the action star.

Plus, he commanded the biggest police force in the country and came up with revolutionary ways to fight crime on the streets of New York. Former New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir, author of Security, Policing Your Homeland, Your State and Your City, joins us in the studio.

And, we'll get a first hand taste of the magic of David Copperfield.

Don't miss a moment with us!

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