Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
A new poll shows the race for California governor is tightening. Can Bustamante surpass Arnold Schwarzenegger's celebrity status? Here to talk politics are Republican strategist Angela McGlowan and Democratic strategist Scott Segal.
Hambali, the captured Al Qaeda (search) terrorist was given $50,000 by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed with the instructions to "do something big." Will his capture foil another terror attack or are his plans already in the works? We'll ask Micah Halpern, the author of What You Need to Know About Terror.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Schwarzenegger is falling behind in the polls. What should he be doing to muscle his way back to the top? Clifford May, president of The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies will join us to offer his insight into the matter.
Police in West Virginia are checking out dozens of leads on a shooting suspect. Also helping out on the beat are investigators who worked on last year's D.C. sniper shootings. Joining us to fill us in on what's happening is Charleston's chief of police Jerry Pauley.
A new study says a third of us suffer from celebrity worship syndrome. And for some, the obsession can become a dangerous addiction. Dr. Lynn McCutcheon, a psychologist with Devry University's Orlando campus will be here to discuss the issue further.
And, where does Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) get his drive to succeed? Co-star of Pumping Iron and a friend of the muscle man, Franco Columbu will fill us in.
Sometimes you can't count on love at first sight. You may need lawn signs and local ads to make a connection. Donna Wood and her daughter Kim Devlin hope their unique approach leads to wedding bells. They'll join us from their home in Southbridge, Mass., to explain.
A judge pulls the plug on cameras covering the Scott Peterson (search) court hearing. The decision is a victory for the prosecution and a blow to the defense. Why? We'll ask former federal prosecutor Andrew McBride.
In order to prevent a repeat of last week's crippling blackout, industry experts and lawmakers say the grid needs updating. How do we revamp the system? We'll find out from Michigan representative John Dingell, the top Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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