Guests and Topics for February 2

Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)

After getting word that Al Qaeda might be up to something, three airlines (search) pull the plug on flights from Europe because of terror concerns. Are we safe in the skies? We’ll ask terror analyst Harvey Kushner, author of "The Encyclopedia of Terrorism."

Howard Dean is pointing fingers, claiming Sen. John Kerry has his hands in special interests. Will these attacks affect the frontrunner's credibility? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from former Rep.Dan Frisa, R-N.Y., and syndicated columnist Julianne Malveaux, Democratic strategist.

"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)

We’ll be joined by our very special guest, first lady Laura Bush (search).

What is Al Qaeda up to? And what are we up against? We’ll ask Evan Kohlmann, terror analyst for The Investigative Project and author of “Al Qaeda's Jihad in Europe.”

John Kerry may be gaining a slight edge in South Carolina. Can John Edwards save face in the state, or will a loss snuff out his presidential aspirations for good? Ed McMullen, president of the South Carolina Policy Council, offers his take on the tight race.

Plus, find out why hard-hitting journalist John Stossel may now be called the scourge of liberal media.  
It's a seven state, seven candidate showdown and Sen. John Kerry's got the momentum. But will he still be on top after Super Tuesday? We’ll get insight from Alan Colmes, co-host of “Hannity & Colmes” and author of “Red, White, & Liberal: How Left is Right and Right is Wrong.”

And, meet the three young stars of "Everybody Loves Raymond," Madylin, Saywer and Sullivan Sweeten.

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