Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

Coalition forces strike a terror safe house in Iraq. Does this mean we're getting closer to nabbing Al Qaeda-linked leader Abu al Zarqawi? (search) We’ll ask terror analyst Tim Brown, senior fellow at GlobalSecurity.org.

John Kerry's got a big decision: Who will be his number two? Democratic strategist Richard Goodstein and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez join the debate.

Plus, with the Athens Olympics are less than 40 days away, we’ll be joined by America's four-time judo Olympian, Jimmy Pedro.

And, an amazing woman who survived incredible odds shares an invaluable life lesson that could help you!

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

A new video shows suicide bombers prepping for and carrying out their deadly attacks in Iraq. What can we learn from this chilling terror tape? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Tim Eads, FOX News military analyst.

We’ll get a read on Kerry’s potential running mate from Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia and author of "Midterm Madness."

Plus, has candidate Kerry already picked his vice presidential running mate? Democratic strategist Susan Estrich weighs in.

He prosecuted the former president during his impeachment. So why does former Californian Congressman James Rogan, author of “Rough Edges,” say he has a lot in common with Bill Clinton?

Is one of Saddam Hussein's cousins among the people funding the continuing terrorism in Iraq? We’ll ask Laurie Mylroie, fellow at the Enterprise Institute and author of “Bush vs the Beltway.”

Iraq's new government says some of their neighbors are guilty of aiding insurgents in Iraq. Could this accusation create a diplomatic crisis for the newly formed government? Richard Murphy, former U.S. ambassador to Syria, joins us with insight.

A new tape is offering a telling tale of how a top terrorist is running his network in Iraq. Can we use it to our advantage? We’ll ask Michael Ware, Baghdad bureau chief for TIME magazine.

And, Alfred Molina scared “Spider-Man 2” audiences to a record opening. But is he ready to battle the morning crew?

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