Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:

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Shiite (search) and Kurdish (search) lawmakers saying Iraq's draft constitution is a done deal. But the Sunnis aren't exactly signing on. We’ll get insight on the political process from Mouafac Harb, news director for Al Hurra.

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Supreme Court nominee John Roberts (search) has been spending his summer preparing for the upcoming hearings. Is Roberts ready to face tough questions from judiciary committee senators? We’ll ask FOX News Supreme Court analyst, Tim O'Brien.

What's the best way to secure Iraq's future and keep terrorists at bay? Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Ed O’Connell joins us to explain why he believes the key to success lies with the country's youth.

Trying to counter growing public opposition to war in Iraq, President Bush takes his campaign to sell his policy to the American people. Are they listening? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Bob Beckel and Terry Holt.

Plus, the former head of the United Nations Oil-for-Food program, Benon Sevan, may have left the country to avoid prosecution. Can the U.S. bring him back and make him face the law? We’ll ask FOX News legal analyst, Peter Johnson Jr.

And, Emmy nominee Eric McCormack describes life after "Will and Grace."

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