Guests and Topics for Jan. 16

Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

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

Al Qaeda's No. 2 may have dodged death by skipping a supper. So what exactly happened and how will it impact the War on Terror? We'll get a read from Gary Berntsen, former CIA field commander in Afghanistan and author of "Jawbreaker."

Plus, if the bird flu migrates to the U.S., would Washington considering quarantining those infected? John Tayman, author of "The Colony," weighs in.

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

It's too soon to tell whether or not Al Qaeda's No. 2, Ayman al-Zawahiri is among those killed in an airstrike in Pakistan over the weekend. But the attack certainly stirred up plenty of tension in the region. We'll get the latest on the fallout from Elaine Shannon, Time magazine's State Department correspondant.

Scientists are over the moon, after the Stardust space capsule returns safely on Earth. What can we learn from the craft's seven-year trip? Stardust project manager Tom Duxbury explains.

Today's flu viruses are becoming stronger and more resistant to yesterday's antiviral drugs. What does this mean for the future fight against the bird flu? We'll get the HealthBeat from Dr. Manny Alvarez, FOX News medical contributor.

Plus, he is a world-renowned figure in history, but how much do you really know about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.? Kenneth Davis, author of "Don't Know Much about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." has the knowledge.

Then, he's running for the state of Minnesota's top job, fighting for stronger education, tax breaks for farmers, better benefits for veterans and… public impalement? Meet Minnesota gubernatorial candidate, Jonathon "The Impaler" Sharkey.

And, Kathy Ireland has conquered the world of modeling with her beauty and the business world with her brains. Now the former supermodel drops by the studio to explain how she's tackling literacy with a national reading program and a brand new series of children's books.

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