Guests and Topics for September 5

Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

We'll have complete FOX Team coverage from the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast (search).

What makes Americans pull together during times of national disasters? We'll ask media analyst Steve Adubato, author of "Speak From the Heart."

With a double vacancy on the Supreme Court (search), how quickly will the president move to fill the openings? We'll ask Chuck Cooper, former Supreme Court law clerk for Justice Rehnquist.

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

Justice Rehnquist's death comes as lawmakers on Capitol Hill prepare for a showdown over the confirmation of President Bush's Supreme Court nominee, Judge John Roberts. We'll get reaction from Wendy Long, chief counsel for the Judicial Confirmation Network.

Restoring order in New Orleans has proven to be more difficult than anyone could have imagined. We'll examine the challenges and frustration with Louisiana Senator David Vitter.

Plus, President Bush promises to fill the vacancies on the Supreme Court as quickly as possible. But who is at the top of his list? We'll ask former White House lawyer and associate counsel to President Reagan, Alan Raul.

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