Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)

The race for the Iowa Caucus is close. With just hours left and no clear leader, who will come out on top? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Angela McGlowan, Republican strategist, and Regina Calceterra, Democratic strategist.

Following Sunday’s deadly attack, can Paul Bremer (search) convince the United Nations to return to Iraq? Or will the chief U.S. administrator be snubbed? We’ll ask Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla., member of the House Ways and Means Committee.

Plus, we’ll pay tribute to one of the most influential men in American history, Dr. Martin Luther King, with Donzaleigh Abernathy, author of "Partners to History."

"Fox & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)

On your mark, get set, caucus! In a race to call, what – if anything – can we expect of the finish? Fox News political analysts David Corn, Washington editor of The Nation, and Bill Sammon, White House senior correspondent for The Washington Times, join the debate.

Plus, we’ll hear from two of the political combatants: Democratic presidential candidates Howard Dean (search) and Dick Gephardt (search).

And, Mary Matalin, senior adviser for the Bush campaign, explains why President Bush's campaign team decided not to leave Iowa just to the Democrats.

We’ll examine the impact of last minute campaigning with Mitch Frank, senior correspondent for Time magazine.

Will Iowa "make it or break it" for any of the Democratic presidential hopefuls? We’ll get insight from "The Beltway Boys" Mort Kondracke and Fred Barnes.

No one is happier about the four way race for Iowa than North Carolina Senator John Edwards. Can he get the results he wants Monday night? We’ll ask his press secretary, Jennifer Palmieri.

Just how important is a win in Iowa anyway? Allan Lichtman, professor of History at The American University, weighs in.

Plus, Jury selection underway in the manslaughter trial of former NBA star Jayson Williams, accused of killing a limo driver at his estate in New Jersey. Now Williams is speaking out, to Fox News senior correspondent Rita Cosby.

And, can anything be done to stop the stage show that has become the Michael Jackson trial? We’ll get unique perspective with former Jackson adviser, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.

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