Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

The International Atomic Energy Agency (search) kicks off talks with 35-nations in Vienna on how to deal with Iran and its atomic ambition. We'll get insight on these nuclear negotiations from John Hulsman, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

Lawyers on both sides making their opening statements as the trial against Michael Jackson gets underway. What did they say and who will the jury find more convincing? We'll get the legal lowdown from Drew Findling, criminal defense attorney.

Plus, how can you change America? We'll ask Desiree Sayle, deputy assistant to the president and director of the USA Freedom Corps, and Ray Empson, president of Keep America Beautiful.

And, we'll be joined by Michael Tucker, director of "Gunner Palace," whose documentary lets soldiers in the Army's 2/3 Field Artillery tell their own story.

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

Lebanon's prime minister and his cabinet resign after massive protests calling for the ouster of the pro-Syrian government. But does Syria (search) still have a major influence in the country? We'll ask Amb. Farid Abboud, Lebanon's ambassador to the United States.

Plus, is this a real opportunity for democracy in the region? We'll be joined by Peter Brookes, former CIA operations officer and a New York Post columnist.

What did the CBS incident over the false Bush memo teach us about journalism? We'll get a read from Mike Walker, author of "Rather Dumb: A Top Tabloid Reporter Tells CBS How to Do News."

The IAEA calls for Iran to cooperate with investigators probing the country's nuclear activities. Will Tehran comply, or cover up the details? Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., joins the debate.

Plus, should public property be stripped of all references to religion? We'll ask former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, author of "So Help Me God."

And, we'll be joined by small screen legend, Joan Collins.

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