Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The CIA leak (search) investigation is getting more interesting by the hour. We'll get a fair and balanced debate on its impact in Washington from Mark Smith, author of "The Official Handbook of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy," and Scott Segal, Democratic strategist.
Muslims in Britain are taking a stand against the London bombings. But is it too little, too late? We'll get reaction from Dr. Daud Abdullah of the Muslim Council of Britain.
And, are Americans being bombarded by junk science? We'll ask Dr. Morris Chafetz, author of "Big Fat Liars."
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
It could be the break Aruban investigators: Four strands of long, blonde hair attached to a piece of duct tape found in Aruba. Could they belong to the missing Alabama teenager? We'll ask Dr. Michael Baden, forensic pathologist and co-author of "Remains Silent."
While serving in Iraq, he had a voice of inspiration and now his career path is taking a slightly different tune. We'll be joined by the Arkansas Army National Guard Specialist, turned singer-songwriter, Luke Stricklin.
Had it with the IRS? Would a flat tax solve the problem? We'll ask Steve Forbes, president and CEO of Forbes, Inc. and author of "Flat Tax Revolution."
Should President Bush appoint a woman to the vacant Supreme Court position? Bill Kristol, FOX News contributor and editor of The Weekly Standard, weighs in.
And, wonder what it's like to spend a day in the wild life of Venus and Serena Williams? We'll talk to the tennis superstar sisters.
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