Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

The Iraqi government calls on outlaw cleric Muqtada al-Sadr (search) and his followers to stop fighting and withdraw from the holy city. Will they give up their arms? We’ll ask retired U.S. Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu.

Florida is in full clean up mode trying to clear away the devastation left by Hurricane Charley. We’ll get an update on the clean up from Kate Marymont, executive editor of the News Press.

For many athletes, the Olympic Games represent the pinnacle of their competitive careers. But Matt Lindlind -- a silver medalist at the 2000 Sydney games – joins us to discuss this success after the games -- in the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Plus, behind every great man, there's a great woman. Dana Reeve, wife of Christopher Reeve, not only takes care of her husband and kids, but is an actress, author and board member of the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation. And somehow, she's managed to make time to visit "FOX & Friends."

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

A last ditch diplomatic effort as Iraqis send a delegation to Najaf for a sit down with al-Sadr. But is diplomacy with the rebel cleric virtually dead? We’ll ask the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, FOX News political analyst.

Did Saddam Hussein have a secret system of transporting weapons of mass destruction into Syria? Washington Times’ Pentagon correspondent, Rowan Scarborough, examines the evidence.

Iraq's National Conference urging rebel leader Muqtada al-Sadr to withdraw his militia from the holy city of Najaf. Will this diplomatic effort help stop the fighting? Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., joins the debate.

Plus, so far the Athens Olympics are a ratings success for NBC. But can the Greek organizers find a way to fill the stands? We’ll ask Trent Gegax, Newsweek magazine.

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