Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
They came to topple Saddam from power. But these days, U.S. troops are doing more policing than actual combat. Should other countries assist with this enforcement of law and order? National security and defense policy analyst Jack Spencer from the Heritage Foundation will weigh in from D.C.
Kobe Bryant's moves on the court took him to new heights. His behavior off of the court is what is now in question. Can Kobe beat the heat or is his career on ice? We'll ask Ryan Jones, the senior editor of Slam Magazine (search).
The inquiry over intelligence on Iraq has given democrats a new source of ammunition, and plenty of it. Which candidate is getting the most bang out of his political buck? Political reporter Tom Edsall from The Washington Post will give us some insight into this matter.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
A congressional Sept. 11 report is due out later this week that supposedly slams the FBI for intelligence failures. It also questions the Saudis' relationships with some of the hijackers. To fill us in on this long anticipated report is Newsweek investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff.
He's a rock and roller and a true patriot. Charlie Daniels is not afraid to say what he thinks of his country. His new book, Ain't No Rag... Freedom, Family, and the Flag and new album, Freedom and Justice for All have just hit the shelves. We'll have him here live!
Rescued POW Pvt. Jessica Lynch (search) will return home today. She'll be greeted by tons of well-wishers in her first public appearance since being rescued from Iraqi captivity. We'll be joined by West Virginia Governor Bob Wise. He'll be at the site of the homecoming celebration.
Saving the youth of the world is our next guest's mission. He plays underage agent Juni Cortez in the movie Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, which comes out this weekend. We'll speak with Daryl Sabara himself.
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