Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

With no majority winner in Iraq's election, can the mix of top vote getting parties blend into one coalition government? We'll ask Edmund Ghareeb, author of "The Historical Dictionary of Iraq" and professor of Middle East studies at American University.

The future of the Democratic Party (search) lies behind the leadership of Howard Dean. Can he pull off the task? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Chris Lapetina and Dan Frisa.

The resignation of an executive at CNN sends shock waves through the cable news network. We'll discuss the fallout with Reese Schonfeld, co-founder of CNN and the author of "Me and Ted Against the World."

And, author Bennett Madison explains why he hates Valentine's Day (search).

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

Iraq election results show the Shiite Muslims with the majority of votes, but still not enough to form a government on their own. What's the next step? We'll ask Dan Senor, FOX News contributor and former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority.

Howard Dean takes the Democrats by the reigns as new DNC chairman. Will he steer them in the right direction? Mike Gallagher, conservative radio host, and Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist, weigh in.

The Michael Jackson (search) trial moves back to court after a weeklong delay. What can we expect from this key phase of jury selection? We'll get the legal lowdown from jury consultant Carolyn Robbins Manly and Bob Massi, FOX News legal analyst.

Plus, will Ahmad Chalabi be Iraq's new prime minister? We'll ask him.

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