Guests and Topics for Jan. 10

Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

The Pentagon (search) is considering using a specially trained Iraq squad, focused only on terrorists in the region. Is this a desperate move? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Green Beret Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu, author of "Separated at Birth."

With Iraqi elections just weeks away, will the struggle to transfer sovereignty back to the country prove impossible? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Chris Lapetina and Randy Tate.

Plus, is Al Qaeda's ringleader better left on the lam? We'll ask Harvey Kushner, terrorism analyst and author of "Holy War on the Home Front."

And, celebrity trained Gunnar Peterson, author of "G-Force," shows us how we can get in shape, Hollywood-style.

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

Could our government be mulling over using U.S.-backed "death squads" to crush enemy fighters in Iraq? We'll ask Michael Hirsh, senior editor for Newsweek magazine.

Plus, we'll get reaction from former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger.

The Palestinians cast their ballots and elected a new president. Does a post-Arafat era reopen the door to peace in the Middle East? Former Maine Senator George Mitchell joins the debate.

President Bush puts together a diverse cabinet. We'll examine their humble backgrounds with Richard Benedettom, White House correspondent for USA Today.

Paul Volcker, the man leading the United Nation's inquiry into the Oil-for-Food (search) program, is scheduled to release secret internal audits Monday. But FOX News has obtained an exclusive early look at the documents. We'll get a preview from FOX News' Jonathan Hunt.

Would capturing the world's most wanted terrorist actually lead to more waves of terror? We'll ask former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

And, was Michael Moore's People's Choice Award really the people's choice? Lou Lumenick, chief film critic for The New York Post, examines the controversy.

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