Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Time magazine names President Bush its "Person of the Year" (search) for reshaping the rules of politics. But was he the best pick? Join the fair and balanced debate with Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Doug Schoen.
The woman accused of killing an expectant mother and kidnapping her unborn baby makes her first appearance in court. We get the legal lowdown with criminal defense attorney Drew Findling.
Up to eight million cats and dogs are brought into pet shelters each year. One problem — only half make their way to a family, while the others face an unhappy ending. Amanda Faye, director of volunteers for the Animal Care & Control of New York City, tells us how you can change that.
For centuries children have questioned the existence of Santa Claus, but a new book is turning the skeptics into believers. Jeff Guinn, author of "The Autobiography of Santa Claus," gives us a preview.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Now that the intelligence bill has been signed into law, what changes can we expect to see to our homeland security? We ask Lee Hamilton, 9/11 Commission (search) vice chairman.
"You're fired!" were not the two words Jennifer Massey wanted to hear. But she did put up one heck of a fight in an attempt to become Donald Trump's next "Apprentice." She joins us.
What's in store for the nation's work force in the next four years? We get the lowdown from Labor Secretary Elaine Chao.
In 1927 Charles Lindbergh was Time magazine's first "Person of the Year." In 2004 President Bush is taking home the title. Time magazine's editor at large Nancy Gibbs joins tells us how he was chosen.
They're our last line of defense at 30,000 feet, but some federal air marshals are fighting a different battle — a dress code. But the air marshal agency says there's no such fight going on and the bad press is an attack from some special interest groups. Dave Adams, federal air marshals' spokesman, gives us his take.
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