Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
We'll get reaction to the resignation of Federal Emergency Management Agency director Mike Brown (search) from Louisiana State Senator Julie Quinn.
Plus, coaches all across America have teamed up to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims. We'll get an update from Seth Greenberg, organizing chairman of All Coaches Care and head coach of the Virginia Tech mens basketball team.
And, ever since Hurricane Katrina wrecked the Gulf Coast, images of her destruction have been all over the television. What effect is this having on our children? We'll ask clinical psychologist Dr. Joel McClough of New York University's Child Study Center.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
We'll preview day 2 of Judge John Roberts' confirmation hearing with Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The president is promising to take "a sober look" at how emergency agencies reacted to the hurricane. Will his promise put the blame game to rest? We'll ask Washington Times editorial page editor and author of "The West's Last Chance," Tony Blankley.
Plus, Texas Congressman Chet Edwards wanted to do whatever he could to help hurricane evacuees in his area, so he opened his heart and his home to a Louisiana family of five.
Then, meet Kevin O'Brien, president of PetRelocation.com, who helped organize Operation Pet Lift, a rescue service designed to transport dogs and cats from the Gulf region to safer areas.
And, what do the Yo-Yo, the Slinky and Yahoo have in common? Entrepreneur Jake Steinfeld joins us to explain how these great money making ideas were dreamed up by everyday folks. PLUS, Jake unveils a brand new contest that could get YOUR IDEA off the ground! Click here for details.
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