Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)

Is top terrorist, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, on the hunt for weapons of mass destruction to continue his fight against Iraq's new government? We’ll ask Dr. Stephen Gale, co-chair of the Center on Terrorism at the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

Democrats come together to try and take on the Bush machine's bid for the 2004 presidential race. But will a unified front be enough? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Pete Snyder, Republican strategist, and Cliff Schecter, Democratic strategist.

Iran's government has total control over all of their media. So should the U.S. help the Iranian people get unrestricted access to the news? We’ll ask Seth Cropsey, director of the U.S. government's International Broadcasting Bureau.

And, word out of Iraq says enemies of the new government could grow less effective due to disagreements on the best way to wage terror. We’ll get reaction from retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato.

“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)

A scathing Senate intelligence report has shaken the CIA to its core. Is it time for the swift nomination of new permanent agency director? We’ll ask Jack Devine, former acting CIA deputy director for operations.

Plus, who is in the running for the open spot at the CIA? We’ll be joined by Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz.

Will John Kerry and John Edwards create a new Camelot come November? We’ll get a read from Rich Lowry, FOX News political analyst and editor of The National Review.

Is Al Qaeda planning to attack key U.S. before the November presidential election? We’ll ask Paul Williams, former FBI consultant and author of "Osama's Revenge.”

Plus, could a terrorist attack lead to the postponement of the November election? Newsweek magazine's investigative correspondent, Michael Isikoff, joins the debate.

Will Martha Stewart get community service, rather than jail time? We’ll ask defense attorney Bruce Baron.

Plus, with the sports memorabilia market booming, Diana Munson, widow of former New York Yankee great Thurman Munson, is offering some of her family’s treasured possessions for charity.

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