Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

Although much of southeast Texas is still evacuated, the American Red Cross (search) is already in place, preparing for the return of residents who fled Hurricane Rita (search). We'll get an update on their operations from Red Cross spokesperson Carol Yelverton.

Plus, some got off easy, but for others Rita dealt a devastating blow. We'll get a firsthand account of the devastation from Buddy Oaks, general manager of Hackberry Rod and Gun.

Then, according to reports from Pakistan, Usama bin Laden (search) is isolated and relying on couriers for communication. Has Al Qaeda's leader become powerless? We'll ask Harvey Kushner, terror analyst and author of "Holy War on the Homefront."

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

Despite warnings to wait, evacuees in Texas are heading to the highways to return home. Randall Dillard, director of public information for the Texas Department of Transportation, explains why motorists are hitting major holdups.

More than half of Galveston county residents are still without power, but that's not stopping them from returning home to see the damage left behind by Hurricane Rita. We'll get an update from Galveston's mayor, Lyda Ann Thomas.

How is the military helping Gulf Shore residents deal with yet another hurricane? We'll ask Colonel William Meehan, public affairs officer for Texas Military Forces.

And, we'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., why he thinks if certain projects in the highway bill are redirected, billions of dollars could then be used to help rebuild the Gulf Coast region.

We may be worried about pump prices, but Dr. Edward Murphy, director of refining and marketing at the American Petroleum Institute, joins us to explain why we could soon see natural gas prices skyrocketing.

Are local, state and federal agencies handling hurricane ravaged Louisiana better after Rita than they did Katrina? We'll ask Sen. David Vitter, R-La.

Plus, fresh off of his President's Cup victory, we'll be joined by Tiger Woods (search).

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