Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas (search) is facing a new challenge to his authority, this time from Yasser Arafat. How will this struggle for power affect the pursuit of Mideast peace? With us to discuss this matter will be Jonathan Schanzer, a fellow at the Washington Institute.
From coast to coast, more than 1,000 bikers rode their motorcycles thousands of miles to raise money and awareness for the fight against breast cancer. Joining us to tell us about her journey of hope on the road to the cure is the national programs chair of Women's Motorcyclist Foundation, Inc., Sue Slate.
Despite tensions over the 9/11 report, the Saudis want to build an anti-terrorism task force with the U.S. Is this joint effort a good idea? We'll ask Time magazine's Washington correspondent, Adam Zagorin.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The U.S. military says things are getting better in Iraq, but some Washington bigwigs are still arguing for more U.S. troops. Are they necessary? We'll ask former Green Beret and current FNC military analyst Maj. Bob Bevelacqua.
Six nation talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear standoff begin tomorrow. Will diplomacy end the ten-month deadlock? Balbina Hwang will offer her insight. She's a policy analyst on northeast Asian studies at the Heritage Foundation (search).
Poll results show a big boost for Bustamante in the California recall election. With four weeks left until the election, does Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) still have time to crush his competition? We'll be joined by his former media consultant, Bill Whalen (search).
Do we have enough troops in Iraq to successfully complete the mission? Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld says yes. Why is the Pentagon so sure? We'll ask former assistant Secretary of Defense Lawrence Korb.
It's been almost two years since the 9/11 attacks, and scientists are still trying to identify DNA from victims who died at the World Trade Center site. Some remains will be preserved at ground zero until technology can catch up. James Starrs will explain further. He's a professor of forensic science at George Washington University (search).
A report on the Columbia shuttle disaster will be released today and NASA is bracing for a bruising. Dr. Robert Park will tell us why the space agency is so nervous. He's a physics professor at the University of Maryland.
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