Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Search efforts in Aruba persist despite little progress. Will new legal setbacks add to the Holloway family's frustration? We'll get the legal lowdown from Ginny Walia, forensic analyst and criminal defense attorney.
The president gears up for a major speech on Iraq. What points does he need to make and will his words quiet critics of the war? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Sascha Burns and Frank Donatelli.
Plus, treking across America are a man, his dog, a secret recipe and a ton of baked beans. Jay Bush and his dog, Duke, show us a new bean recipe just in time for the holiday weekend.
And, we'll go inside one of the most radical human-breeding experiments in American history — a sperm bank for those hoping to grow baby geniuses — with David Plotz, author of "The Genius Factory."
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
We'll get a preview of President Bush's Iraq address from Secretary of State Condoleezza Ri (search)ce.
How is Natalee Holloway's family holding up? We'll be joined by her mother, Beth Twitty Holloway.
We'll get reaction to the Supreme Court's decision on the Ten Commandments with former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.
Plus, Lance Armstrong (search) sits down with Brian to discuss his push for his seventh straight Tour de France title. For more information on Lance's projects, log onto www.livestrong.org or www.wearyellow.com.
And, emotions are running high on season two of "Rescue Me." We'll get details on the critically acclaimed TV program with co-creator, executive producer and star of the show, actor Denis Leary.
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