Here’s what is on tap for Monday
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Following the kidnapping of a South Korean civilian in Iraq, will South Korea (search) change plans to deploy more troops to Iraq? We’ll get insight from Ronald Kessler, author of "The CIA at War.”
Bill Clinton talks about his life on "60 Minutes" Sunday night. How did the former president do? We’ll get a read from Fox News contributors Dr. Monica Crowley and Ellis Henican.
Plus, a host of important issues will be addressed as the Kobe Bryant (search) hearings resume Monday. We’ll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney Mark Sindler.
And, we’ll be joined in the studio by Shirley Jones and her son Patrick Cassidy, who are making Broadway history.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Al Qaeda claims Saudi security aided in the abduction of American Paul Johnson Jr. Can we believe the group's claims? Terrorism expert Walid Phares joins the debate.
Plus, if the allegations are true, can we really trust the kingdom as a partner in the War on Terror? We’ll ask Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., chairman of the House Armed Service Committee's Terrorism Subcommittee.
Will former President Bill Clinton's new book create an unprecedented media bonanza? We’ll ask Fraser Seitel, author of "The Practice of Public Relations" and president of Emerald Partners consulting firm.
Plus, we’ll grade Clinton’s prime time performance with Fox News contributors Armstrong Williams and Susan Estrich.
Is Kobe Bryant's case the tip of the iceberg when it comes to basketball players facing charges for assaulting women? Jeff Benedict, author of "Out of Bounds,” weighs in.
Fox News’ senior correspondent Rita Cosby explains why the Supreme Court is preparing to make a decision that could have a profound impact on detainees at Guantanamo Bay.
Plus, "like father, like son" has a special meaning for U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. David Howard Brown and his son U.S. Army Specialist David Aaron Lamarr Brown, who will join us live from Iraq.
And, for the families of troops who were hurt or killed in Iraq, picking up their lives again is hard. Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, is trying to ease the transition, with his Fallen Patriot Fund.
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