Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

Police step up security near U.S. financial institutions that authorities say are likely targets of an Al Qaeda (search) bomb plot. What information is behind this latest threat? We’ll ask terrorism analyst, Walid Phares

Sen. John Kerry says he would handle the rebuilding of Iraq differently than President Bush. But do the two candidates share more in common on Iraq than you think? Barry Schweid, FOX News foreign affairs contributor and diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press, joins the debate.

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

We’ll celebrate the reopening of the Statue of Liberty – closed following the attacks of Sept. 11 – with Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge and Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton.

President Bush has endorsed two of the main recommendations of the Sept. 11 Commission. But did the administration take too long in doing so? We’ll ask Rep. Jim Turner, D-Texas, ranking member of the Homeland Security Committee.

Plus, will the president’s call for the creation of a national intelligence director help secure the homeland? We’ll ask Jack Devine, former CIA deputy director.

Key captures in Pakistan reveal Al Qaeda's communication methods and spur new terror attack warnings in Washington and New York. How crucial are these arrests? We’ll get a read from FOX News foreign affairs analyst, Mansoor Ijaz.

A Pakistani woman sneaks across the Rio Grande into Texas bound for New York with $7,000 and no visa. Is this another sign that we need tougher border security? We’ll ask FOX News contributor and syndicated columnist, Michelle Malkin.

Plus, what lessons do a lifetime in politics teach? We’ll ask Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert, author of “Speaker.”

And, we’ll preview the upcoming football season with FOX NFL Sunday’s Terry Bradshaw.

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