Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

In the shadow of a looming showdown, the Senate (search) continues its battle over the bench. Is there still time to compromise or could the chamber soon be changing the way they do business? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway and Democratic strategist Julianne Malveaux.

Will followers of the suspected foreign terrorists taken out during Operation Matador regroup? Paul Crespo, former U.S. Marines intelligence officer and an adjunct fellow at the foundation for the Defense of Democracies, weighs in.

Plus, satellite photos show drilling equipment, viewing stands and a big hole in the ground. Is North Korea threatening a nuclear test or are they bluffing? We'll ask John Green, director of security analysis for the Eurasia Group.

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

Newsweek retracts its controversial Koran (search) story — but can it repair the damage already done? We'll ask media analyst Bill McGowan, author of "Coloring the News."

Why did a middle school in Oregon ban hugging in the school's hallway? We'll ask Cazz Altomare, who was punished for displaying a little affection to a friend.

Plus, we'll be joined by one of the stars of "The Longest Yard," Tracy Morgan.

And, he gave it all that he had but still got voted off of "American Idol." Meet former "Idol" contestant, Anthony Fedorov.

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