Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

Can the Bush administration deliver the compromise Iraq's Sunni population is looking for without compromising the legitimacy of the elections? We'll ask Barry Schweid, senior correspondent for the Associated Press and FOX News foreign affairs contributor.

A former deputy warden under Bernard Kerik blows the whistle on his ex-boss in a lengthy report was submitted to the Justice Department. What impact will the new allegations have? We'll get a read from Ellis Henican, columnist for Newsday and a FOX News contributor.

Plus, if you're one of the thousands of American travelers that experienced bad weather, canceled flights or lost luggage this weekend, then you'll want to pay close attention to what Robert Sinclair, New York spokesperson for AAA, has to say.

And, Olympic gold winner Jeremy Wariner stops by to tell us about the compromises he's had to make for his career.

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

Is enough being done to keep our troops safe in Iraq? We'll get insight from Bill Tierney, former U.N. weapons inspector and former intelligence officer for the U.S. Army.

Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko (search) is claiming victory in Ukraine's presidential re-election. Will the vote stand this time? We'll ask Dan Senor, Ukrainian election monitor and former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq.

Plus, we'll get reaction to the re-election from Volodymyr Kurylo, president of the United Ukrainian American Organizations of Greater New York.

A massive earthquake and subsequent tsunamis (search) kill thousands of people in South Asia. How massive was the damage? We'll be joined by Dr. Stuart Weinstein, geophysicist with the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Oahu, Hawaii.

President Bush's inauguration (search) is less than a month away. We'll get details on the security preparations from Bill Gertz, national security correspondent for the Washington Times and a FOX News contributor.

Plus, we'll examine the legal highs and lows of 2004 with Kendall Coffey, former U.S. attorney in Florida and the founding partner of the Coffey and Wright law firm.

And, 2004 was not only a big year for news, it was a big year for celebrities. We'll look back at the best and worst in celebrity news with Tom O'Neil, senior editor of In Touch Weekly magazine.

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