Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
“FOX & Friends First”
A South Korean businessman (search) is killed in cold blood by terrorists in Iraq. How will this impact the country's security just days before the power handover? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Cmnd. Sgt. Maj. Steve Greer, author of “Kin & Strangers.”
Plus, Tory Johnson, founder of Women for Hire, and Liz Lange, CEO of Liz Lange Maternity, share the secrets of how to land a once-in-a-lifetime meeting with a top CEO.
Did witnesses land a blow against Scott Peterson's defense when they told jurors that Laci was too weak to be out by herself the day she went missing? We’ll get a legal read from Mercedes Colwin, defense attorney.
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With one week left until the handover of power in Iaq, how will the brutal beheading of a South Korean hostage affect the transition? We’ll ask Amb. Marc Ginsberg, Fox News foreign affairs analyst and former ambassador to Morocco.
Plus, Mosul has made great strides in terms of getting itself back on its feet after the war. But is Iraq's third largest city ready for the June 30 power transfer? We’ll get a read from the Coalition Provisional Authority coordinator there, Herro Mustafa.
And, what are the right moves for the White House to make in the days ahead? Former presidential adviser David Gergen weighs in.
Are the leaders of Saudi Arabia beginning to understand the threat Al Qaeda poses to them and the rest of the world? We’ll ask Amb. Robert Jordan, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
Plus, Sen. John Kerry's senior adviser, Michael Meehan, joins us from D.C. with the scoop on the Kerry campaign.
And, the presidential election is still months away and the polls are neck and neck. So why does New York Post columnist John Podhoretz think President Bush has a pretty good chance of getting re-elected? We’ll ask him.
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