Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

‘FOX & Friends First’
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Tensions are high in Iraq (search), as the election deadline grows near. But what's at stake if the Iraqi polls have to stay closed? We’ll get a read from Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group.

Why would the Pakistani army decide to withdraw hundreds of troops near the Afghan border — a suspected hideout for Usama bin Laden? We’ll ask former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

Plus, we’ll show you what some are calling the Holy Grail of sports memorabilia and tell you how to get it!

And, Richard Marx joins us to explain how he took a break from recording an album and earned a Grammy in the process.

‘FOX & Friends’
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Several Sunni and Kurdish politicians are opposing Iraq's January 30 elections. So why is the country's interim government standing by the date? We’ll ask Iraqi National Congress spokesman, Entifadh Qanbar.

Iran says it’s agreed to halt uranium enrichment (search) that could be used to make a nuclear bomb. But can they be trusted? Tim Trevan, former United Nations weapons inspector, joins the debate.

Michael Jackson's defense team heads back to court, aiming to have his accuser undergo mental tests. Could they turn the case around? Peter Johnson Jr., FOX News legal analyst, weighs in.

The intelligence reform bill continues to be the buzz around the Beltway. But will it ever get the green light from lawmakers? We’ll ask Bill Kristol, FOX News political analyst and editor of The Weekly Standard.

Plus, Claudia Rosett has the latest on the United Nations’ ever-growing Oil-for-Food scandal.

And, we’ll be joined by Jessica Walters, one of the stars of FOX’s hit comedy “Arrested Development.”

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