Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

With the legal battle for Terri Schiavo (search) at an end, can Florida Governor Jeb Bush to use his executive power to step in and save her life? We'll ask Janet Folger, president of Faith 2 Action.

Plus, what could Terri Schiavo be feeling during her final days and hours? We'll get insight from Dr. Lyla Correoso, medical director of New York's Visiting Nurse Service for the Hospice Division in the Bronx.

And, intelligence and law enforcement agencies are finding it hard to track down militant Islamic Web site operators. Can we put an end to this World Wide Web terrorist campaign? We'll get a read from Mark Hosenball, investigative reporter for Newsweek magazine.

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

Should protesters give up their struggle to save Terri Schiavo? We'll ask Randall Terry, a Schindler family spokesman and founder of Operation Rescue.

Plus, we'll get reaction from Terri's cousin, Christopher Blake.

Why does former presidential candidate Ralph Nader (search) think a profound injustice is being inflicted on Terri Schiavo? We'll ask him.

A study by a media watchdog group finds that TV news stories on the life-and-death battle over Terri Schiavo are slanted. We'll get reaction from Brent Bozell, president of the Media Research Center.

Ailing Pope John Paul II (search) managed only to greet the Easter crowd with a sign of the cross. Will the pontiff ever be able to recover fully? We'll get insight from Father William Stetson, director of the Catholic Information Center.

The Shiite politician expected to take over as Iraq's prime minister says the country's government could be set as early as this week. Is that statement a realistic goal? We'll get a read from Dan Senor, FOX News contributor and former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority.

Are feeding tubes a medical benefit or a moral crutch? Dr. Jeffrey Ponsky, inventor of the feeding tube insertion technique and surgery department chairman at Case Western Reserve University, weighs in.

Plus, what are the signs that your family could use a visit from "Nanny 911"? We'll ask Deb Carroll, also known as Nanny Deb.

Real journalism: fair and balanced. That's why we're No. 1 — FOX News Channel.

About the Show

This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sports and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Anything can happen and usually does!

Every day, syndicated radio host and FOX contributor Mancow joins the show with unique insights and commentary on the day's news events, bringing his own brand of offbeat and irreverent humor from his WKQX studio in Chicago.

Plus, now you can watch America's No. 1 cable news morning show seven days a week, as hosts Juliet Huddy, Julian Phillips and Mike Jerrick man the morning show ship on the weekends!

There's no telling what "FOX & Friends" will be cooking up outside our Manhattan studios on 6th Avenue. So, if you are in New York, drop by — the Morning Crew loves an audience! We are located at: 1211 Avenue of the Americas, between 47th and 48th streets.

FOX News Channel is the most watched news network in Daytime.

- Note: Guests and topics subject to change. FOX News does not endorse content on external sites.