Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Is the recent wave of terrorism in Saudi Arabia directly linked to terror attacks in Iraq? We’ll ask Stephen Schwartz, author of "The Two Faces of Islam.”
Plus, the Supreme Court votes to keep "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance. How will this decision affect the debate over church and state? Georgetown University Law Professor Paul Rothstein weighs in.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
In just over two weeks time Iraqis will assume sovereignty. What's the coalition doing to smooth the transition? Dan Senor, coalition spokesman, joins the debate.
Under Saddam Hussein Iraqi athletes were jailed and tortured for failing to deliver a victory. Now Ahmed Al-Samarrai, president of the National Olympic Committee of Iraq, tells us how Iraq is back in the game with a new Olympic lineup.
A string of terror attacks shakes Saudi Arabia. How tight is Al Qaeda's grip on the royal kingdom? Amb. Marc Ginsberg, Fox News foreign affairs analyst and former ambassador to Morocco, weighs in.
President Bush and John Kerry are back on the campaign trail. We’ll look at their agendas with Fox News political analysts Eleanor Clift and Bill Sammon.
As the Democratic Convention draws near do John Kerry supporters have a clear image of who he is and what he stands for? We’ll ask Juan Williams, Fox News political analyst and author of “My Soul Looks Back in Wonder.”
Plus, we’ll be joined by hip-hop legends Russell Simmons and his brother, Reverend Run.
And, four-time NBA Defender of the Year, Dikembe Mutombo, explains how you can help the people of his homeland play defense against disease. For more information, please visit: www.dmf.org
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