Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

Democratic candidates face off tonight in the second presidential debate. But with attacks at President Bush (search) in full swing, will they have any ammunition left for each other? We'll be joined by FNC political analyst Angela McGlowan and Democratic strategist George Shelton. Both will debate the matter.

The Yankees are celebrating their 100th anniversary and a certain New York newspaper is joining the party in a very special way. Matt Romanoski will be here from The New York Post to explain.

Two years after the WTC attack, intense passions still swirl around the redevelopment project at Ground Zero (search). How are the families of 9/11 victims handling the situation? Retired New York firefighter Joseph Mauser will offer his insight. He lost his daughter in Tower Two on Sept. 11.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Our next guest says the U.S. needs the U.N. to take a stronger role in Iraq, so that our troops can go back to doing what they do best... getting the bad guys. Van Hipp is the former deputy assistant secretary of the Army, and will be here to discuss the matter.

Since 9/11, we've heard a lot about Al Qaeda (search), its leader and their deadly tactics. But when it comes to understanding what this terror group represents, our next guest says the west is getting it all wrong. Jason Burke, author of Al Qaeda: Casting a Shadow of Terror will join us to discuss his findings.

We'll also have pro football Hall-of-Famer Mike Ditka with us!

President Bush wants $87 billion to fight the war on terror. Will Congress approve this hefty request? Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe will weigh in over the issue.

The judge in the Kobe Bryant (search) case says "no" to cameras in the courtroom during the NBA player's preliminary hearing in October. Will this decision help or hurt Kobe's chances for a fair trial? FNC legal analyst Peter Johnson will offer his viewpoint.

In an exclusive interview with Ladies' Home Journal, the president and Mrs. Bush open up about their family, faith and feelings about Sept. 11. The magazine's editor-in-chief Diane Salvatore will be here to discuss the intimate first family portrayal.

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