Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

Sen. John Kerry (search) hopes to take Tennessee and Virginia in Tuesday's primaries. If he scores down south, will it be enough to knock out his competition for good? We’ll ask Democratic strategist Steve McMahon.

Plus, despite American opposition, high-ranking political parties in Iraq are demanding that armed militias be part of the country's interim constitution. Can we convince them otherwise? James Dunnigan, editor-in-chief of StrategyPage.com, weighs in.

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

Having swept this weekend’s races, can Sen. John Kerry solidify his race by taking Tennessee and Virginia? We’ll get a read from Tony Blankley, syndicated columnist and editorial page editor for The Washington Times.

Plus, Kerry has some harsh words for the commander in chief. But why does Terry Holt, press secretary for President Bush’s re-election campaign, say that Kerry is the one who has been changing his story?

The gloves come off as Martha Stewart’s attorney attacks the government’s star witness. But has the damage already been done? We’ll ask criminal defense attorney and former New York prosecutor Paul Callan.

An Islamic newspaper claims that Al Qaeda bought nuclear weapons five years ago. What does this mean for the war on terror? We’ll ask Michael Swetnam, counter-terrorism expert and the chairman and CEO of the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies.

Plus, we’ll be joined by "Meadow Soprano," actress Jamie-Lynn Discala.

And, our very own Bill O’Reilly explains why you can't pull the wool over his "no spin" eyes.

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