Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

“FOX & Friends First”
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

With more arrests seemingly made in London (search) everyday, are security forces starting to outsmart the terrorists? We’llask former CIA covert operations officer, Mike Baker.

Plus, is a third terror cell on the loose in London? We’ll get insight from Marcus Warren, deputy foreign editor for the Daily Telegraph.

Should President Bush give John Bolton (search) the job of U.S. ambassador to the United Nations during Congress' summer recess? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Newsday columnist Ellis Henican and Republican strategist Angela McGlowan.

And, the committee writing Iraq's constitution wants more time to iron out some major differences over the document. Should they get an extension or have to stick to the August 15 deadline? Dan Senor, former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority and a FOX News contributor, weighs in.

“FOX & Friends First”
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

With eight new arrests in the U.K., police are making progress in the London terror investigtions. But Graham Allen, member of the British Parliament's House of Commons, explains why this is just the beginning.

NASA engineers in Houston are debating the best way to deal with a new glitch threatening the shuttle's safe re-entry. We’ll get an update from Scott Parazynski, NASA mission specialist.

If John Roberts is confirmed, he will be the fourth Roman Catholic on the Supreme Court. But what kind of role will his religion play, in his confirmation hearings? We’ll ask William Donohue, president of the Catholic League.

And, reports say a possible cell phone call was placed from London bomb suspect Osman Hussain to a cell phone number in Saudi Arabia (search). Does this mean the terror network is more complex then we think? We’ll ask former Scotland Yard special operations team leader, Steve Purl.

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