Here's what's on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The president will speak at the United Nations (search) today and make 'no apologies' for the war in Iraq. Can he convince critics to put aside differences and work together on rebuilding efforts? Joining us from our D.C. bureau will be Jonathan Schanzer from The Washington Institute to discuss the matter further.
Why are both Democrats and Republicans hoping Hillary Clinton (search) will take a shot at the White House? Democratic pollster Margie Omero and Newsmax reporter Charles Smith will weigh in.
Diamonds may sparkle and shine, but our next guest says the industry that sells the gems is dark and corrupt and that even terrorists are in on the act. Janine Roberts, author of Glitter and Greed: The Secret World of the Diamond Cartel will explain.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
22 minutes is the planned duration of the president’s speech before the U.N. today. Will that be enough time to convince critics to fall in line with our plans for rebuilding Iraq? We’ll ask former U.N. Ambassador Ken Adelman.
Khalid Sheik Mohammed (search), the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, told U.S. interrogators that the original plan was supposed to be much worse. Why is he talking and should we trust what he says? National security and intelligence analyst Ed Turzanski will be here to discuss the issue.
Our country was founded on the principle of separation of church and state. Have bureaucrats and politicians taken the debate too far? David Limbaugh, author of Persecution: How Liberals Are Waging War Against Christianity, will offer his insight.
You name the topic, and Bill O’Reilly has a take on it. In fact, Bill’s now asking the question… “Who’s looking out for you?” It’s the topic of his new book. Factoring in this morning will be Bill himself!
We all know the big winners at this year's Emmys. What we don't know is what happened behind the scenes. Star magazine's editor-at-large Victoria Gotti will fill us in.
And the host of Tough Crowd Stands Up With Colin Quinn… Colin Quinn will join us!
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