Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
A car bomb explodes near coalition headquarters in Baghdad, killing at least four people. How will this bombing affect the turn over of power this month? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato.
Plus, Saddam terrorized the Kurds – even attacked them with chemical weapons. But they survived and these days are flourishing. How will the Kurdish people factor into a new Iraqi government? We’ll ask Christiane Bird, author of “A Thousand Sighs, A Thousand Revolts.”
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
Memorial Day passed with no terror attacks on U.S. soil, but a deadly siege in Saudi Arabia leaves officials on a hunt for three Al Qaeda (search) gunmen. We’ll get details from Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn., chairman of the House Subcommittee on National Security.
Plus, authorities are waiting to question the wounded ringleader of the Saudi siege. Will they get the answers they hope for? Robert Baer, former CIA operative and author of “Sleeping With the Devil,” joins the debate.
A Justice Department report exposes federal prisons as a breeding ground for terrorists. What can be done to fix the situation? We’ll ask syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor, Michelle Malkin.
Opening statements are scheduled Tuesday for Scott Peterson's double-murder trial. How strong a case does the prosecution have? We’ll talk strategy with criminal defense attorney Craig Mitnick.
We’ll get an update from the White House campaign trail from Democratic strategist Bob Beckel and syndicated columnist Armstrong Williams.
How can you save a chunk of money by using Medicare's prescription drug discount card? Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson explains.
Plus, Diana Degarmo (search) may not have won “American Idol,” but she certainly won the hearts of millions. We’ll be joined by the “Idol” runner-up.
And, “Sopranos’” star Michael Imperioli drops by the studio.
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