Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
It's down to the wire in New Hampshire (search) and candidates are hard at work on the trail. But who has the most to lose? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Democratic strategist Pat Schaefer and Republican strategist Randy Tate.
Some of General Wesley Clark's former bosses have raised doubts about his integrity. Will Clark's conduct in the past affect his race to the White House? We’ll ask Newsweek's Washington correspondent Trent Gegax.
Syria says they don't have Iraq's weapons of mass destructions. But former U.S. weapons inspector David Kay says they do. Who should we believe? We’ll get insight from retired Maj. Gen. Donald Edwards, FNC military analyst.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
With only one day left before the New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential candidates are scrambling to persuade voters to pick them. Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich (search) joins us to explain how he is doing just that.
Sen. John Kerry made headlines in the Iowa caucuses. Can he do the same in New Hampshire? We’ll ask former Sen. Max Cleland, D-Ga.
Plus, Kerry climbs the polls to a "comfortable" lead. But what's driving the numbers? Polling pro Dick Bennet, president of the American Research Group, joins us from Manchester, NH, to explain.
We’ll go inside the Dean campaign with Hanna Rosin, political reporter for The Washington Post.
And, what's it like to take center stage on the campaign trail? We’ll get firsthand experience from Gary Bauer, former Republican presidential candidate.
Kobe Bryant's legal team dealing the "race card" for the first time in court. Is this a fair play and how will the prosecution react? We’ll get answers from Jeanine Pirro, Westchester County district attorney and author of "To Punish and Protect."
Find out who was the talk of the town at Sunday night's Golden Globes from Lori Majewski, executive editor of "Us Weekly" magazine.
Plus, Spirit's twin rover Opportunity sends new images of the red planet. What's next for the Mars rover? Orlando Figueroa, director of NASA's Mars Exploration Program, has the answers.
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