Guests and Topics for August 2

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Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)

With the terrorism alert level at the nation’s financial centers raised to high, what types of precautions should people be taking? We’ll ask Jim Dunnigan, terrorism analyst.

August is no longer the sleepy month it once was in presidential campaigning. What kind of "August attack" can we expect from both campaigns? We’ll get a balanced debate from Democratic strategist Chris Lapetina and Mike Gallagher, FOX News contributor.

He signed up for Army ROTC to help finance his Ivy League education. Soon after he was leading troops in both Afghanistan and Iraq as an Army Ranger. We’ll get the full story from Andrew Exum, author of "This Man's Army.”

'FOX & Friends First' (7 a.m. ET)

What information led up to the raising of the terror alert level on Sunday? We’ll ask Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge.

Plus, do we have the resources to prevent another attack? We’ll get a read from retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FOX News military analyst.

And, what steps should we take to stay safe and secure? We’ll get advice from former New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir.

The Democratic Party aimed for big post-convention boost. Did they get their wish? Frank Newport, author of “Polling Matters,” weighs in.

Lori Hacking’s husband divulges some key information. What does it mean for the investigation? We’ll be joined by Pat Reavy, reporter for the Deseret Morning News.

Plus, the Athens Olympics begin in just nine days. But will threats of terrorism and suspicions about doping athletes get more attention than who takes home the gold? We’ll ask Dick Pound, International Olympic Committee member and author of "Inside the Olympics.”

And, Victoria Gotti takes us behind the scenes of her new reality show.

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