Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
President Bush pushes the North Korean nuke threat to the forefront at The Economic Summit in Thailand. This happens as North Korea tests another missile. What's the best strategy to put a stop to Pyongyang's atomic intentions? Let’s ask John Green, director of Asia practice at Eurasia Group (search).
What a great ending to an exciting game! Will it make the history books as the most unforgettable finishes in sports history? Let's ask Les Krantz, editor of Not ‘Till the Fat Lady Sings: The Most Dramatic Sports Finishes of All Time.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Our next guest thinks liberals are nicer than conservatives. We'll be joined by Alan Colmes, co-host of Hannity & Colmes and the author of Red, White and Liberal: How Left is Right and Right is Wrong.
It's official. The Kobe Bryant (search) sexual assault case will go to trial. Leslie Crocker Snyder's a former New York state Supreme Court justice. She's outlined her experiences in the new book, 25 to Life. She’ll join us from our newsroom.
Her personality sparkles as much as her crown, and now that's she's Miss America, she's got a plan to better our country. We’ll have Miss America 2004 herself... Ericka Dunlap.
President Bush is pushing for Asian support to end the North Korean nuclear standoff. Joining us from our nation’s capitol will be Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss.
With a TV show in its fourth season, and a new album out next week called The Other Side, Billy Ray Cyrus has shown the world he has staying power. He’ll join us.
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