Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

A the Iraqi government (search) tries to iron out differences and complete their first constitution, we’ll examine the challenges are they facing with Barry Schweid, senior diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press.

Plus, was the recent Aqaba attack in Jordan an attempt to hurt Washington's war effort in Iraq? We’ll ask Gary Aldrich, former FBI agent and president of the Patrick Henry Center.

And, two football-related deaths this week have alot of people on edge about strenuous exercise in the summer heat. We’ll examine the dangers with Dr. Steven Garner from the St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center.

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

Are attacks on British Parliament (search), like the latest one thwarted by the Scotland Yard Police, a sign of things to come in the War on Terror? We’ll ask former Scotland Yard special operations team leader, Steve Purl.

Will Iraqi lawmakers be able to reach an agreement on their constitution? We’ll ask Amb. James Dobbins, former U.S. special envoy and director of the International Security and Defense Policy Center at Rand Corporation.

Is the only way to stop the flood of illegal immigrants into Arizona to build a fence along the state's Mexican border? Arizona State Rep. Russell Pearce joins us with details on his Controversial proposal.

Plus, a pleasant turn of events for the Texas Marine who served in Iraq and was denied him in-state tuition at a local community college. Carl Basham joins us from Austin, Texas to tell us how things turned out.

Then, we’ll be joined by master magician, Criss Angel, host of "Criss Angel Mindfreak."

And, Linda McNeil of Volunteers of America drops by to explain how Operation Backpack is helping needy school children.

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