Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
A new audiotape played on Al Arabiya TV warns the U.S. that "the real battle" may still be ahead. How much weight should we place on this new terror threat? We'll ask Dr. Alon Ben-Meir, professor of international relations at New York University (search).
North Korea agrees to take part in a six country summit to discuss its nuclear arms program. Is this rogue nation really ready to sit down and talk? Policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation (search), Balbina Hwang will join us and fill us in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The military says Saddam Hussein is on the move. But the U.S. Army is right behind him, mounting relentless raids in his old stomping grounds. How long can the former Iraqi dictator keep running? We'll talk to FNC contributor Lt. Col. Tim Eads about the matter.
Kobe Bryant's day in court is only a day away, in Colorado. Some of his endorsement deals are being dropped, but still his supporters stand by their star. Rick Reilly will weigh in on the issue. He's the senior sports writer for Sports Illustrated and the author of the book, Who's Your Caddy?
To understand Al Qaeda and its terror potential, we need to go back to the network's roots. Here to help us go there is former Texas congressman, Charlie Wilson. He had a hand in driving the Russians out of Afghanistan in the late 80's.
In an audiotape said to be from Al Qaeda, bin Laden's number two man warns more attacks on the U.S. could be on the way. How serious should we take this latest terror threat? Florida Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will be here to speak with us on the topic.
A Saudi man wanted for questioning about 9/11 hijacker links says he's ready to talk. Will he reveal the facts or give us more Saudi spin? We'll be joined by Muqtedar Khan, author of American Muslims: Bridging Faith and Freedom.
And FOX junkie/ FOX fan Bob Spratlin of Marietta, Ga. will join us!
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