Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Sen. John Kerry says he would fight the war in Iraq differently than President Bush. But, is his plan of action on target, or off the mark? We’ll ask Eric Schmeltzer, Democratic strategist, and Angela McGlowan of the Independent Women's Forum.
Mickey Mantle died in 1995, but his legacy continues to inspire writers, including Maury Allen, author of "Our Mickey: Cherished Memories of an American Icon."
Plus, thinking about starting a diet? What would God eat? Dr. Jordan Rubin’s diet plan is holistically based, biblically inspired and promises to change your life forever.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
Talks with insurgents in Najaf and Fallujah appear to be stalling. Is another military showdown the only solution? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Scott Rutter, who led the liberation of Baghdad Airport last year
It's been five years since the Columbine (search) shootings. What lessons can be learned from that awful day? We’ll ask Randy and Judy Brown, whose son had been friends with the Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.
In 1967, John McCain's jet was shot down over Vietnam and he was held prisoner of war for five and a half years. Now, in a new book, the Arizona senator explains “Why Courage Matters."
What is it like to be voted off “American Idol”? We’ll ask the latest victim, Jon Peter Lewis.
Plus, the tribe "has" spoken and Kathy Vavrick O'Brien is the 11th person cast off of "Survivor: All Stars." Despite being booted, she still walks with her head held high!
And, he may be America's oldest teenager, but Dick Clark's not afraid to talk about his personal health issues.
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