Published October 17, 2005
Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Now that the ballots have been cast in Iraq's historic referendum (search), will it make it a difference? We'll ask Simon Henderson, senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
Toledo's race riots on Saturday continue to schock and apall. But were they the final straw after Nazis reportedly rolled into town days earlier on a hate-filled media tour? We'll be joined by Mansour Bey, pastor of Toledo's First Church of God.
And, think the chips are stacked against you in Vegas? Ben Mezrich, author of "Busting Vegas," shows how even the toughest casino can be bested.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
We'll get reaction to Saturday's vote in Iraq from a man that attended negotiation meetings among Iraqi leaders helping to draw up the country's draft constitution, Peter Galbraith, former U.S. ambassador to Croatia.
Newt Gingrich is making waves again — this time he is being mentioned as a possible candidate for president. Is there any truth to the rumor? We'll ask the man himself.
Is it possible to succeed in business without really knowing how to read? We'll be joined by Kinkos founder Paul Orfalea, author of the new book, "Copy This!"
Plus, Harriet Miers' nomination is causing quite a stir in Washington. How will she fare during her confirmation hearings? We'll get a read from Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President Bush.
Tight security kept violent attacks under control during Iraq's constitution vote. Does this mean Iraqi forces are ready to protect themselves from terrorist forces? We'll ask Major General Rick Lynch, spokesman for the multi-national force in Iraq.
Then, New York Times' reporter Judith Miller is defending herself, saying The Times has "everything to be proud of and nothing to apologize for." But does the paper feel the same way? We'll ask Bill O'Reilly, host of "The O'Reilly Factor" and author of "The O'Reilly Factor for Kids."
Plus, the legendary Blues Traveler (search) makes a pit stop at the studio!
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