Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

A final vote on the nomination of John Roberts (search) as the Supreme Court's chief justice is set for later this week. Already, speculation is rising over the president's next Supreme Court pick. We'll get a fair and balanced debate over who could be the president's next pick from FOX News contributors Ellis Henican and Rich Lowry.

Hurricane Rita was not as devastating as Katrina. But she still left many in need of help. That's where Lowe's comes in, as Don Stallings, Lowe's regional vice-president explains.

Then, Jackson County School District in Kentucky decides to shorten its school week by one day in order to conserve gas... and money. Smart move? We'll ask Kentucky School Boards Association spokesman, Brad Hughes.

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

Select residents allowed to return to New Orleans, in hopes they'll help rebuild the city. What's the plan to get the other Louisiana evacuees back home? We'll ask Rep. Bobby Jindal.

The Great Sports Legend dinner has raised over $25 million for spinal cord research at The Miami Project while annually honoring exceptional athletes. We'll be joined by Project co-founder Nick Buoniconti and honoree, Tony Dorsett — both NFL Hall of Famers.

Plus, from climbing gas prices to hurricane relief dollars, Bill O'Reilly, makes sure you get the story and not the spin. Your Humble Correspondent drops by the studio!

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