Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Are Iraqis ready to take their destiny into their own hands? We'll ask Fred Gedrich, foreign policy analyst and former officer at the State and Defense Departments.

Time magazine reports that Karl Rove (search) will resign or take unpaid leave if he's indicted in the CIA leak case. What does this mean for the Bush administration? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Republican strategist, Cheri Jacobus, and Democratic lawyer, Richard Goodstein.

And, is Martha Stewart's TV career toast? We'll be joined by FOX News entertainment correspondent, Lisa Bernhard.

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

How will the role of U.S. troops in Iraq change once the country's constitution is passed? We'll get a read from Sen. Jim Demint, R-S.C.

White House political guru Karl Rove is feeling more heat after a fourth appearance in front of a grand jury last Friday. How much trouble could Rove face and will President Bush stand by his man? Wayne Slater, author of "Bush's Brain," joins the debate.

Plus, former Texas justices heading to the hill to show support for Supreme Court justice nominee Harriet Miers. We'll talk to a couple of them: Craig Enoch and Raul Gonzalez.

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