Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Red Cross workers have their hands full dealing with destruction left by Hurricanes Charley and Frances. Hurricane Ivan could make their work load a whole lot heavier as Marty Evans, president and CEO of the American Red Cross, explains.
Plus, Brad Gilbert knows what it takes to win on the court, coaching two of America's top tennis stars to world No. 1 rankings. Now he joins us to share how those insights can help your off-court career.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Why is CBS News facing questions about the authenticity of four memos it used in a report about President Bush's National Guard service record? We’ll ask forensic document expert Sandra Lines.
What makes a president great? “FOX News Sunday” host Chris Wallace goes straight to the heart of the question in his new book, “Character.”
Plus, what does a former CBS insider think about the network's stand? We’ll ask Bernard Goldberg, author of “Arrogance.”
Could the northwest portion of Florida could be ground zero for Hurricane Ivan. We’ll be joined by Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla.
The football season is open for business and we brought in two NFL legends to give us the scoop on the league’s Tackling Men’s Health program: NFL hall of famers Mike Ditka and Tony Dorset.
Data from GPS tracking devices tailing Scott Peterson after his wife Laci disappeared, received some intense scrutiny from the defense. Can the prosecution counter? We’ll ask Lis Wiehl, FOX News legal analyst and former federal prosecutor.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Jules Asner, co-host of the new television show “Life & Style.”
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