Guests and Topics for Dec. 13

Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

A blame game erupts only two days after Bernard Kerik (search) withdraws his name as the nominee for director of Homeland Security. What's the political impact of his quick departure? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Ellis Henican, columnist for Newsday and a FOX News contributor, and Kellyanne Conway, Republican pollster.

Convicted double-murderer Scott Peterson (search) could be facing death. What key factors will the jury consider when deciding his fate? We'll get a read from criminal defense attorney David Schwartz.

Plus, is the United States looking to oust the IAEA chief? We'll ask Alireza Jafarzadeh, FOX News foreign affairs analyst.

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

Who's on the top of President Bush's list to head Homeland Security? We'll ask Brad Blakeman, former deputy assistant to President Bush.

Plus, we'll get reaction to Kerik's decision from Dan Senor, former Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman who worked closely with Kerik training security forces in Iraq.

What images will you remember from 2004? We'll get a preview of this year's timeless photos from Maryanne Golon, picture editor for Time magazine.

Deliberations resume today in the penalty phase of Scott Peterson's case. Will the jury recommend the death penalty? We'll ask Paul Callan, former federal prosecutor.

Could Howard Dean (search) be the next DNC chairman? Political strategist Eric Schmeltzer, press secretary for Dean's presidential campaign, weighs in.

Plus, it's been almost 40 years since the release of "The Sound of Music." Now, we'll be joined by a new generation of Von Trapp children who have taken up the torch.

And, we'll celebrate 368 years of service with Maj. George Wilcha, spokesperson for the Army National Guard.

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