Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice (search) tells her story on “60 Minutes.” Should she also tell it to the 9/11 Commission publicly? We’ll ask Morris Reid, Democratic strategist, and Chris Ingram, Republican strategist.
He's faster than any swimmer in U.S. history. Now Olympic gold medal winner Gary Hall tells us about what almost ended his career.
Plus, we’ll be joined by “The Sopranos’” Patti D'Arbanville.
"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)
The 9/11 hearings have put intelligence gathering into focus, but has it really helped the overall objective of the War on Terror? We’ll ask former CIA field officer, Robert Baer, author of “Sleeping With the Devil.”
Devil’s Advocate? We’ll get reaction to a veteran French lawyer’s decision to represent Saddam Hussein from Craig Mitnick, criminal defense attorney.
They spent 14 months fighting some of Iraq's worst insurgents, but now they're safe at home with stories to share. We’ll be joined by Sgt. Christopher Dee and Sgt. Raymond Sofield of the 340th MP Company.
Did Condoleezza Rice’s words lay the Clarke controversy to rest, or just stir the pot? We’ll ask Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J.
Plus, some families of Sept. 11 victims are speaking out against Richard Clarke, accusing him of cashing in on the terror attacks in his new book. We’ll get perspective from Rosemary Cain, who lost her firefighter son George in the attacks.
FBI documents about Sen. John Kerry's anti-war involvement in the early 1970s have been stolen. We’ll get insight on the incident from Gerald Nicosia, the man who owned the documents.
Richard Clarke's testimony before the 9/11 Commission sent sparks flying on Capitol Hill last week. But, when all is calm, what will we learn from the hearings? We’ll ask Tim Burger, Washington correspondent for Time magazine.
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