Here’s what’s on tap for Monday:

'FOX & Friends First'
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

How long should we expect operations to continue in Fallujah? (search) We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillon, senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation.

From Social Security to tax reform, President Bush has several disputed issues he wants check off his domestic to-do list. How successful will he be in doing so? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from FOX News contributors Ellis Henican, columnist for New York Newsday, and Dr. Monica Crowley, WABC radio host.

Plus, what can we expect from the sentencing phase of the Peterson trial? We’ll get a read from Jim Dobson, senior jury consultant at Doar Litigation.

And, after losing a leg in a train accident, April Holmes could have given up her track career. Instead she became a record-setting Paralympian. She’ll share her inspirational story.

'FOX & Friends'
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Does coalition control of Fallujah secure the first step toward Iraqi democracy, or are the remaining terrorists regrouping in another town? We’ll ask terror analyst Richard Miniter, author of "Shadow War."

How can Iraq's history impact the country's upcoming elections? We'll examine that question with Edwin Black, author of "Banking on Baghdad."

Plus, we'll talk to a man who took down "Iron" Mike Tyson -- heavyweight boxer Danny Williams.

The sentencing phase in Scott Peterson's double-murder trial begins in one week. What can his defense team do to spare his life? We’ll ask criminal defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman.

And, we’ll get reaction to Peterson’s conviction from Justin Falconer, dismissed Peterson juror number five.

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