Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Who is behind a string of simultaneous bombings in Baghdad (search)? We’ll ask retired U.S. Marine Corps. Col. Ed Badolato, executive vice president of homeland security for the Shaw Group.
Get a stash of scary sweets for your Halloween (search) bash from Elizabeth Harrison, author of Fete Accompli: The Ultimate Guide to Creative Entertaining .
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Violence continues to plague Baghdad. What are we doing to secure the city? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely , FNC military analyst.
As the NBA season kicks off the spotlight is on Kobe Bryant. Should he play for the Lakers, or take time off to deal with his trial and personal life? We’ll get fair and balanced debate from reputation management expert Mike Paul and sportscaster Ellis Cannon .
Caroline Kennedy became America's daughter the day her father stepped foot into the White House. We’ll look at her life of power, wealth and unspeakable tragedy with Christopher Andersen, author of Sweet Caroline, Last Child of Camelot .
CBS releases a made-for-TV movie on Ronald Reagan next month. But did the producers get all their facts straight? We’ll ask James Hirsen , editor of Newsmax.com.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Tom Stites, director of product creation for Nike Golf
And, meet Jerry Diaz, professional cowboy and his trickster horse!
As violence mounts in Iraq, some in Washington are questioning the president's post-war game plan. Is he on track or is his strategy derailing? We’ll ask Virginia Senator George Allen, who serves on the foreign relations committee.
Wildfires continue to sweep through southern California. In San Diego, the fires destroyed more than a hundred homes and forced thousands to evacuate. San Diego's chief of police William Lansdowne will fill us in on the details.
CBS is coming out with a made-for-TV movie on Ronald Reagan next month. Did the producers get all their facts straight? We’ll get the latest from Newsmax.com editor James Hirsen.
Nine Democratic candidates squared off in Sunday night's big debate in Detroit. FNC political analyst Dick Morris has a word or two to say about the event. He’ll join us!
Halloween on the Beach!
Don’t forget to join FOX & Friends on Friday, October 31 from 7-9 a.m. ET at the Doubletree Surf-Comber in Miami! The address is 1717 Collins Avenue. Come in costume!
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