Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The search for Natalee Holloway (search) rolls on in Aruba, as details of her disappearance are starting to come together. We'll get reaction from Pat Brown, criminal profiler and the CEO of Sexual Homicide Exchange.
Plus, Marines find an enormous bunker along with large stashes of weapons and ammunition in Iraq. Does the discovery of this underground complex reopen the possibility of hidden weapons of mass destruction? We'll ask Barry Schweid, senior correspondent for the Associated Press and a FOX News contributor.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Two men have been charged in connection with the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. We'll get an update on the investigation from Julia Renfro, editor-in-chief of Aruba Today.
How has the mission changed for our military allies who stood alongside the U.S. in Iraq? We'll ask Colonel Stawomir Wojciechowski.
Democracy remains the primary target of suicide bombers with civilians the principal victims. How do you fight droves of enemy combatants volunteering for kamikaze missions? Robert Pape, author of "Dying to Win," weighs in.
After a short break for the weekend, the Michael Jackson jury resumes deliberations on Monday. What are the main issues they're likely to focus on? We'll get the legal lowdown from Sam Solomon, senior jury consultant at Doar Litigation Services.
Plus, we'll remember D-Day — a moment in history that would help end World War II — with retired U.S. Army Lt. "Buck" Compton.
And, everyone wants to raise perfect kids. Now you can with a little help from Stella Reid and Deborah Carroll, stars of the FOX hit TV show, "Nanny 911."
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