Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Coalition forces battle Shiite (search) rebels in Iraq -- putting the pressure on Al-Sadr's militia army. Will this approach force their radical cleric leader into giving up his cause? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Greeb Beret Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu.
Plus, it's no secret that President Bush has a spiritual side. But how did it come to play such a big role in his life? Stephen Mansfield, author of “The Faith of George W. Bush,” weighs in.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Were the shocking pictures of Iraqi prisoner abuse something the soldiers did on their own, or were they taking orders? We’ll ask attorney Guy Womack, defending Specialist Charles Graner who faces a possible court martial.
A formal plea from Kobe Bryant could come as early Tuesday in connection with the rape charge against him. How quick will the legal wheels start turning toward a trial? Westchester County New York District Attorney Jeanine Pirro, author of "To Punish and Protect,” joins the debate.
Did Ulysses S. Grant never receive the credit he deserves for winning the Civil War? We’ll ask Edward Bonekemper, author of, "A Victor, Not a Butcher."
What does the future hold for Al Qaeda? We’ll ask Mansoor Ijaz, Fox News foreign affairs.
What kind of president would John Kerry make? We’ll get insight from Michael Kranish, co-author of “John F. Kerry.”
Can a meeting between National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice and Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia get the road map to peace back on track? We’ll ask former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations Dore Gold, author of “Hatred's Kingdom.”
Plus, Simon's zingers never left our next guest in a huff! We’ll be joined by George Huff, the latest contestant to be eliminated from Fox's "American Idol."
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