Guests and Topics for Sept. 21

Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

How did North Korea (search), blessed with natural resources, turn into a third world country that can hardly feed it's own people? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu.

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

CBS (search) comes clean and admits that the documents they obtained should not have been used in a report critical of the president's military service. Is this the end of the story? We’ll ask Reese Schonfeld, CNN co-founder and former president.

Dan Rather now says if he knew then what he knows now he never would have gone ahead with his story on President Bush and the National Guard. What are the ramifications of this revelation? Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., weighs in.

Plus, could CBS take the legal fall for airing the deceiving documents questioning President Bush's military service? We’ll ask Peter Johnson Jr., FOX News legal analyst.

As President Bush prepares to address the United Nations General Assembly should he expect to receive a frosty reception from some key members? We’ll ask Jed Babbin, author of "Inside the Asylum.”

Plus, what foreign policy points will President Bush make at the United Nations? We’ll ask National Security Council Spokesman Sean McCormack.

Why does Jim Dyke, communications director for the Republican National Committee, think the connections between the Kerry campaign and the CBS document drama have become "increasingly clear?" We’ll ask him.

Plus, as former deputy commander of the United States Central Command, retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Mike Delong has unique insight into how we are tackling terror.

And, medical marijuana has certainly become a hotbed issue and Montel Williams tells us why he’s not afraid to become the new face for the cause.

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