Guests and Topics for Dec. 21
Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
President Bush holds his final news conference of the year. And he's defending Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld (search). Join the fair and balanced debate with Republican strategist Pete Snyder and Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky.
The woman arrested with the baby taken from the womb of a murder victim is scheduled to be arraigned. What kind of charges will she face that fits the crime? And what punishment could she face? We ask criminal defense attorney David Schwartz.
We find out from Jean Jennings, editor-in-chief of Automobile Magazine, which car should be called the "Automobile of the Year"?
She's a country music newcomer. And already she's using her music to help troops stay connected with folks back home. Brittany Wells, whose debut album is "Loving Every Minute of It," tells us how.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
A new law calls for the creation of national intelligence director. Former CIA director Jim Woolsey says the position must bring about one important improvement.
Are you looking for a hot high-tech gift for the holidays? Find out from Janice Chen, editor-at-large of CNET.com.
We get the latest on the courtroom chatter in the Saddam Hussein and Robert Blake cases from criminal defense attorney Craig Mitnick.
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