Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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

We've all dealt with trying to figure out how much to tip at restaurants. But how much should we be tipping our mailman, or our cab driver? We'll get a read from Leonard Green, professor of psychology at Washington University in Saint Louis.

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

Annalise Francis, captain with the Salvation Army, always dreamed of singing on Broadway. Now that she's made it to New York, she joins us to explain why people are giving her money for her work and how she is making a difference this holiday season.

Christmas may be one of the biggest days to receive gifts, but Monday is the biggest return day of the year. Regina Lewis, AOL consumer adviser, has tips to give you the competitive edge when it comes to returns.

Remember the story about a gory Santa display in New York City? We'll get an update from Joel Krupnik, co-creator and owner of the property where "Bad Santa" was displayed.

The Feds are secretly monitoring mosques and other Muslim sites in the U.S. for radiation since 9/11. But is this legal? Arthur Aidala, FOX News legal analyst and criminal defense attorney, explains.

And, President Bush's approval ratings have been bouncing back in recent weeks. How can the president keep those numbers up in 2006? We'll get a read from Joel Mowbray, syndicated columnist.

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