Guests and Topics for May 2

Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

A new report suggests terrorists may be focusing less on the United States and more on other sites. We'll get reaction from terrorism analyst, Erick Stakelbeck.

Plus, we'll be joined by actress Neve Campbell.

And, in response to congressional pressure, baseball commissioner Bud Selig is seeking to implement stiffer steroid penalties for players. Is the plan fair or foul? We'll ask FOX Sports Net legal analyst, Rob Becker.

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

Florida Governor Jeb Bush signs a new law that will crackdown on child molesters. We'll get reaction from Miami Beach Mayor David Dermer, who is proposing a ban on sex offenders from living in Miami Beach.

Relief and anger greets the news that missing bride-to-be Jennifer Wilbanks (search) is safe. But does Wilbanks owe her hometown an apology for faking her own disappearance? Duluth Mayor Shirley Fanning-Lasseter weighs in.

And, will Wilbanks face any criminal charges after her cross-country spree just days before her wedding? We'll ask Gwinnett County Georgia District Attorney Danny Porter.

What’s it like to be taken hostage in Iraq? We'll get firsthand experience from Thomas Hamill, author of "Escape in Iraq."

Plus, what's behind the current surge of coordinated attacks in Iraq? Dan Senor, FOX News contributor and former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority, weighs in.

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