Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)

Is there a direct connection between Iran and Al Qaeda? We’ll ask terrorism analyst Jonathan Schanzer, author of "Al Qaeda's Armies."

In less than a week, John Kerry's supporters will head to Boston in hopes of sending the Democratic polls skyward. But can the Kerry-Edwards ticket generate a big enough bounce to carry it to a win this November? FOX News political analyst Angela McGlowan and Democratic strategist Scott Segal join the debate.

Plus, are the upcoming political conventions may be the most important in decades? We’ll ask the History Channel's resident historian and anchor of "Historycenter," Steve Gillon.

"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)

The president says he's willing to consider appointing a cabinet level director to oversee the intelligence community. Is this a good idea? We’ll ask former CIA intelligence officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Peter Brookes.

How do Sen. John Kerry and President Bush compare on the campaign trail? We’ll get a read from Deborah Orin, Washington bureau chief for the New York Post.

If John Kerry becomes president, will his policies put us in harm's way? We’ll ask retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Buzz Patterson, author of "Reckless Disregard."

The First Amendment is coming into question at the Kobe Bryant trial. Could the case go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court? Former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney Joseph Tacopina gives us the legal lowdown.

Plus, they're usually fighting fires, but now they'll have to fight the women off. We'll meet some of the hunks featured in the 2005 FDNY calendar.

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