Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

President Bush calls Thursday's blasts in London an "attack on the civilized world" and vows the U.S. "will not yield" to such threats. But Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid (search) says the president is "not doing enough to protect the nation." We'll get fair and balanced reaction from Armstrong Williams, conservative syndicated columnist, and Democratic strategist Sascha Burns.

Plus, what's the best strategy to boost reconstruction efforts in Iraq and how can other countries in the region help out? Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick joins us from Baghdad with a status report.

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

Is the U.S. considering an accelerated timeline for drawing down troop levels in Iraq? We'll ask former Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger, author of "Chain of Command."

Following the terror attacks in London, we'll examine the security of the United States' transportation system with Peter Brookes, former CIA operations officer and a columnist for the New York Post.

Why is New York Times best-selling author, Bernie Goldberg taking aim at certain citizens in this country? We'll ask him.

California Congressman Henry Waxman wants Karl Rove (search) to testify before lawmakers as new details emerge about his role in disclosing the identity of a CIA operative. We'll get details on the investigation from Michael Isikoff, Newsweek investigative correspondent.

Plus, some fans dream of going to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Sports legends Cal Ripken Jr. and Jack Morris join us from Detroit to explain how they are making those dreams come true.

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