Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

Congressional negotiations make way for a final vote on the intelligence reform bill. But will the creation of a national intelligence director affect the individual intel organizations? We'll ask former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

Sixty-three years ago the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor (search) left our Navy in ruins and the nation in shock. We'll examine the impact of that day with Patrick O'Donnell, combat historian and author of "Operatives, Spies and Saboteurs."

Is everything you've learned about American history wrong? We'll ask Dr. Thomas Woods, author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History."

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

House members return to the Hill and begin taking another stab at passing the intelligence reform (search) bill. But is the current proposal the best solution to our intelligence problem? We'll ask Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

Will a stream of testimony from friends and family convince a jury to spare Scott Peterson from the death penalty, or will this defense strategy backfire? We'll get the legal lowdown from Fred Graham, Court TV's chief anchor and managing editor.

Both President Bush and Iraq's interim president want the Iraqi elections held on January 30 despite objections from some Sunni leaders. Should the vote be delayed, or take place as scheduled? We'll ask Bill Kristol, FOX News political analyst and editor of The Weekly Standard.

The Major League Baseball Players Union is discussing the steroids scandal at a weeklong meeting. How should they handle the situation? We'll get insight from legendary sportscaster, Dick Enberg, author of "Dick Enberg, Oh My!"

Plus, we'll be joined by actor, comedian, all around nice guy, Tom Arnold.

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