Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
Iraq's new government is offering amnesty to some Iraqi terrorists who fought against coalition forces. Will the move stop the violence? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Steve Greer.
Presidential candidates often get a big "bounce" in the polls after announcing their running mate. Why isn’t that happening for candidate John Kerry? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Jim McLaughlin, Republican strategist, and Michael Feldman, Democratic strategist.
Plus, every race for the White House leaves its mark on the country's history. Doug Schoen, editor of "On the Campaign Trail,” shares some of these pivotal and powerful moments.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Will anarchists’ efforts to wreck havoc on this summer's Republican National Convention succeed? We’ll ask New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
Will the race for the White House come down to four Midwestern states? We’ll be joined by Nicolle Devenish, national communication director for the Bush-Cheney campaign.
The baseball’s best of the best battle it out Tuesday night for home field advantage in the World Series. Who will come out on top? We’ll talk about two guys who know about winning on the diamond, Hall of Famers George Brett and Tommy Lasorda.
Amber Frey, the most anticipated witness in the Scott Peterson trial, could take the stand this week. Will her testimony help the prosecution, or give the defense more ammunition? We’ll ask Peter Johnson, FOX News legal analyst.
Is the media missing the biggest news story of 2004: That WMD's have been smuggled out of Iraq? We’ll ask Rod Martin, founder and chairman of the Vanguard PAC.
Plus, meet “Survivor” sweethearts Amber Brkich and Rob Mariano.
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