Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Tense times in the Fallujah battleground. How will continued violence impact the rebuilding process in Iraq? We’ll ask Jonathan Foreman, New York Post columnist and correspondent.
Democrats are calling John Kerry a war hero. But some Republicans are saying, "Show me the medals!" How is an old videotape stirring new controversy for the Kerry campaign? Jon-Christopher Bua, Democratic strategist, and Leslie Sanchez, Republican strategist, join the debate.
Plus, we’ll be joined actor Paul Sorvino.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
As U.S. forces surround both Fallujah and the holy city of Najaf, is force the answer to quelling insurgents? Former U.S. Navy SEAL Martin Strong weighs in.
Is the situation in Iraq going to get worse, before it gets better? Sen. George Allen, R-Va., offers insight.
Did Saddam Hussein bilk millions of dollars from the United Nations’ oil-for-food program? The Heritage Foundation’s Nile Gardiner joins the debate.
NBA star Kobe Bryant is back in court. With a trial date decision right around the corner, will the accuser's sexual history pave the way for the trial? We’ll ask Lisa Bloom, Court TV anchor for “Trial Heat.”
Plus, Bryant's defense makes a last-ditch effort this week to have the accuser's sexual history entered into the record. Will it pay off? We’ll ask Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, co-author of "The Game of His Life."
What’s the secret of Fox News Channel’s success? We’ll ask Scott Collins, author of "Crazy Like a Fox.”
And, what’s next for “American Idol” favorite Jennifer Hudson? We’ll ask her.
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