Here's what's on tap for Monday:

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

A Muslim military chaplain working with Guantanamo Bay (search) detainees is now being detained himself. Was Capt. Yousef Lee working for us, or the terrorists? We'll ask Eugene Sockut, author of Secrets of Street Survival -- Israeli Style.

An 11 judge panel hears oral arguments Monday regarding the fate of California recall race. Will the court give the final green light for the Oct. 7 election? Georgetown University Law Prof. Paul Rothstein, joins us from our D.C. bureau.

Plus, we'll be joined by legendary documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Among the field of Democrats vying to be the next president, one stands out. Presidential candidate Carol Moseley-Braun, explains why she wants to remove the "men only" sign from the White House doors.

Pres. Bush set to meet with the biggest critics of his policies on Iraq. What will the president try to gain from these meetings and will he be successful? We'll get fair and balanced debate from Pat Schaeffer, Democratic strategist, and Steve Malzberg, columnist for Newsmax.com.

Plus, we'll recap the Emmy Awards (search) with In Touch Weekly senior editor, Tom O'Neil.

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