Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)
It was a tight race Iowa caucuses. We’ll take a fair and balanced look at the results with Ellis Henican, columnist for Newsday, and Pete Snyder, Republican strategist.
A power struggle over when and how to hold elections is causing tensions to rise in Iraq. Can the United States and the United Nations solve the problem together? We’ll ask Nile Gardiner, fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, meet the world’s first ever opera band, Amici Forever.
"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)
Is the winner of the Iowa caucuses a lock to win in New Hampshire? Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes, hosts of “The Beltway Boys,” weigh in.
We’ll get a preview of the president’s State of the Union Address with Dan Bartlett, White House communications director.
Jury selection is underway in the Martha Stewart case. What recipe will she cook up in her trial? We’ll ask Alex Prud'homme, author of “The Cell Game.”
Should the U.S. and its allies hand more control of Iraq to the United Nations? William Shawcross, author of Allies: The U.S., Britain, Europe and the War in Iraq.”
It was a cold night, but a hot race in Iowa. What comes next as the Democrats race for the White House? Juan Williams, senior correspondent for National Public Radio and Fox News political analyst, offers insight.
As the Democrats duke it out, the president gears up to address the nation. What can we expect from Tuesday night's speech? We’ll ask David Frum, former Bush speechwriter and author of “An End to Evil.”
The race towards the 2004 presidential election is getting more intense by the day. Is there any media bias in the coverage? Bernard Goldberg, author of "Arrogance: Rescuing America From the Media Elite," joins the debate.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Isaac Hayes!
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