Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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

Democrats have put the brakes on Condoleezza Rice's (search) confirmation, saying they want another day to question the secretary of state to be. Is this delay fair game, or are the Democrats just being difficult? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist and FOX News contributor, and Randy Tate, Republican strategist.

If they go off as planned, Sunday's elections in Iraq will be historic. Who and what are Iraqis voting for? We'll ask Brett McGurk, former legal adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority.

Plus, are you sick of dieting? Kim Bailey, author of "The North Beach Diet," has the perfect weight "gain" plan.

And, what do clichés have to do with sports? We'll ask Dr. Don Powell, author of "Best Sports Clichés Ever!"

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

The Democrats flex their political muscles and stall Condoleezza Rice's confirmation for the secretary of state. How will this impact the start of the president's second term? We'll ask Bill Sammon, senior White House correspondent for The Washington Times and FOX News contributor.

We'll also get reaction from Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan.

The U.S. may be trying to improve its network of spies abroad, but is a secret espionage unit under Donald Rumsfeld's control part of that effort? Retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Bill Cowan, FOX News military analyst, weighs in.

Plus, we'll get insight on the CIA's role in its War on Terror, from Melissa Boyle Mahle, author of "Denial and Deception," former CIA covert officer and the agency's highest ranking female Arabist until her departure in 2002.

Will doubling the bounty on Usama bin Laden's head lead to the capture of Al Qaeda's top terrorist? We'll ask terror analyst Richard Miniter, author of "Losing bin Laden" and "Shadow War."

Plus, as America searches for its next "Idol," Randy Jackson is in a position to make dreams come true.

And, the nominees are… We'll bring you live coverage of the Oscar nominations and analysis from FOX News entertainment correspondent Lisa Bernhard.

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