Guests and Topics for July 19

Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)

Fixing the way we digest intelligence is no small task. But is a CIA makeover enough, or do we need to redesign the system? Barry Schweid, FOX News foreign affairs analyst and diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press, weighs in.

Plus, intelligence-gathering issues could be a deciding factor in the upcoming presidential election. Which candidate has the better plan? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez.

And, Martha Stewart receives five months in the slammer. But can an appeal convince the judge to set the domestic diva free? We’ll ask Jason Brown, criminal defense attorney.

“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)

Sen. John Kerry is getting ready to receive the Democratic presidential nomination at the Party's National Convention in Boston. We’ll get a preview of the events from his daughter, Vanessa Kerry.

Plus, who is the real John Kerry? We’ll ask David Bossie, author of "The Many Faces of John Kerry."

And, many say this year's race for the White House is too close to call. We’ll break down the numbers with Susan Page, political reporter for USA Today.

The 9/11 Commission is recommending a new cabinet-level post to oversee the entire intelligence community. Is such a position really needed? We’ll ask Herb Meyer, special assistant to the director of Central Intelligence and vice chairman of the CIA's National Intelligence Council during the Reagan administration.

Plus, is the new post practical and necessary? We’ll get a read from Sen. George Allen, R-Va.

Martha Stewart's sentence has her serving five months in prison. But will a court appeal keep her out of the jail? Former federal prosecutor Kendall Coffey gives us the legal lowdown.

And, is the search for the next diva of domesticity already over? We’ll ask Chris Madden why many are calling her the next Martha Stewart.

Obesity (search) is a huge health epidemic in the United States. Now, the government is changing its policy to help people lose weight. We’ll get the skinny from Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thomposon.

Plus, athletes at the upcoming Olympics in Athens are looking to get an edge on the competition. We’ll get a preview of the latest technology for the U.S. swim team from Olympic champions Janet Evans and Rowdy Gaines.

And, Amber Frey's father has sent an exclusive letter to FOX News. What did he have to say? We’ll be joined by Rita Cosby, FOX News senior correspondent and host of "The Big Story Weekend," and Ron Frey.

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