Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

A historic event in Rome: the second day of the papal conclave (search). Monday we saw a black smoke come out of the Sistine Chapel smoke stack. What can we expect Tuesday? We'll ask Father John Zuhlsdorf, creator of Catholic Online Forum and FOX News contributor.

A Senate committee set to vote on whether John Bolton (search), president Bush's pick for United Nations, is the right man for the job. Is approval assured or will mounting questions about his past management style doom his confirmation? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Chris Lapetina and Angela McGlowan.

Plus, is America experiencing a learning disability epidemic or is the issue just being over-diagnosed? Dr. Mel Levine, pediatrics professor at the University of North Carolina and author of "A Mind at a Time."

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

The Becher family was on a vacation when their cruise ship was slammed by a seven-story high wave. They join us to share their nightmare at sea.

Is a new kind of culture club responsible for booting Dan Rather and sinking John Kerry? We'll ask Brian Anderson, author of "South Park Conservatives."

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee gets set to vote on the president's pick for U.N. ambassador. Did John Bolton finally win over his critics? We'll get insight from Mort Kondracke, co-host of "The Beltway Boys."

Plus, there are more than 3 million combat disabled veterans alive today and the Disabled Veterans Life Memorial Foundation wants to make sure their sacrifice isn't forgotten. We'll be joined by its chair, Lois Pope; Anthony Principi, former secretary of veterans affairs, and U.S. Marine Corporal Hector Delgado.

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