Here's what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Arnold Schwarzenegger's (search) run for governor of California seems to be right on track. But will he be able to keep up the pace when it's time to break down the issues? We'll ask FOX News contributors Dr. Monica Crowley, WABC radio host, and Ellis Hennican, columnist for Newsday.
Giving birth was a bittersweet experience for mothers on Sept. 11, 2001. But Christine Naman, author of Face of Hope; Judi Camilletti; Susana Dansby and Sally Gay saw hope in the face of their children born on that fateful day.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Is Iraq becoming a new terrorist stomping ground? Former U.S. Navy SEAL Team Commander Dick Marcinko, joins us from Washington.
Schwarzenegger is not the only "Arnold" hopeful to become California's next governor. He faces a challenge from actor Gary Coleman.
Plus, what is behind Schwarzenegger's announcement to run? We'll ask Time magazine's congressional correspondent Doug Waller.
The carnival-like recall election for California governor has an interesting cast of characters. Schwarzengger has the early lead, but can he hang on to win? We'll ask former speaker of the House and FOX News political analyst, Newt Gingrich.
North Korea plans to meet with South Korea and Russia this week for preliminary hearings on its nuke program. Will North Korea cooperate, or are they all talk? We'll get insight from Peter Brookes, national security fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Basketball star Kobe Bryant is a household name. But the Eagle County sheriff who got the warrant for his arrest said he had never even heard of him. Will this help, or hurt Kobe's case? We'll ask criminal defense attorney Josh Dratel.
Plus, a bunch of bachelors fight for one woman's affection. But there's a twist: they're offered a million bucks if they pass her up. Will they choose romance, or cold hard cash? We'll get a preview of a new reality series For Love or Money II with star of the show, Erin Brodie.
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