Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Folks in Florida are still picking up the pieces after Hurricane Charley (search) swept through the Sunshine State. We’ll get the latest on the clean up effort from Booch Demarchi, public information officer for Lee County.
Mortar fire hits Baghdad over the weekend as a ceasefire in Najaf comes to an abrupt end. Can radical cleric al-Sadr be reasoned with? We’ll ask Dick Marcinko, former U.S. Navy SEAL and founder of the Field Team 6 countrt-terrorism unit.
Plus, what’s it like to be in the eye of a hurricane? We’ll get a first hand account of Charley’s ferocity from Jim Brown, owner of Brick House Pizza in Northport, Florida.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
Are some people trying to take advantage of the victims of Hurricane Charley? We’ll ask Florida's Attorney General Charlie Crist, who has organized a task force to look out for price gougers.
Charlotte County, Florida was prepared for flooding, but instead, Hurricane Charley caused damage with winds up to 145 miles per hour. How did the authorities react? We’ll ask Wayne Sallade, emergency management director for Charlotte County.
Plus, Punta Gorda’s Police Chief Charles Rinehart joins us to explain why safety issues are still a major concern for residents of areas hit by Hurricane Charley.
We’ll get an update on disaster relief efforts from American Red Cross President and CEO Marty Evans.
Can the situation in Najaf be resolved? We’ll ask Amb. Dennis Ross, author of "The Missing Peace.”
Plus, for four years Jessica Stern interviewed extremist members of the three major religions around the world. Now she joins us to preview her book, “Terror in the Name of God.”
The district attorney in the Michael Jackson trial is set to take the stand. Will his testimony affect the case? Criminal defense attorney John Patrick Dolan joins the debate.
And, Peter Frampton drops by to celebrate the anniversary of the best-selling live album of all time, “Frampton Comes Alive!"
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