Here is what’s on tap for Monday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

An uneasy ceasefire seems to be holding in Najaf (search), as thousands of U.S. troops circle the city where rebel Iraqi cleric, Muqtada al-Sadr, is holed up. Is there any way to end this standoff and avoid a bloody battle with his militia? We’ll ask Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, author of “Funding Evil.”

Did President Bush secretly order a war plan (searchdrawn up against Iraq less than two months after U.S. forces attacked Afghanistan? We’ll examine Bob Woodward’s claim with Julie Roginsky, Democratic strategist, and Cheri Jacobus, Republican strategist.

Hamas pledges bloody revenge against Israel for killing their leader. Is there any way to stop them from launching a wave of payback attacks? We’ll ask Palestinian legislator, Hanan Ashrawi.

The White House reaches out to the United Nations for more troops in Iraq, as Spain's new prime minister calls for his troops to come home. How will this affect our fight? Retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato, joins the debate.

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

The leader of Hamas (searchis killed in an Israeli missile strike and now the terror group is promising vengeance. Will the circle of violence cease? We’ll ask Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., and senior adviser to the Israeli prime minister, Ra'anan Gissin.

Will U.S. intelligence agencies need a big overhaul if they're going to keep us safe in the future? Peter Brookes, former CIA intelligence officer, weighs in.

Did Bob Woodward provide a fair assessment of the Bush team’s handling of the War on Terror? David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation magazine, weighs in.

Is there a connection between the Oklahoma City bombing and the attacks of Sept. 11? We’ll ask Jayna Davis, author of “The Third Terrorist.”

We’ll preview TIME magazine's top 100 most influential people of 2003 with the magazine's editor-at-large, Michael Elliott.

What’s the secret of the Holy Grail? Bill Kurtus, host and executive producer of "Investigating History," explains.

Plus, what do hard-core sports and street style evangelism have in common? Actor, director and producer Stephen Baldwin explains.

And, we’ll be joined by the creator of the South Beach Diet, Dr. Arthur Agatston.

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