Here's what is on tap for Monday:

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British police say a third man has been arrested in connection with Thursday's attempted bombings. We'll get the latest on the investigation from complete FOX Team coverage in London (search).

If an explosion occurred at the workplace, how many Americans would really know what to do? We'll talk terror preparation and safety with Neal Rawls, security expert and author of "Be Alert, Be Aware, Have a Plan."

Plus, are Iraqi forces ready to maintain law and order in their country? A new report from the Pentagon and State Department raises serious concerns about their training. We'll get reaction from Dan Senor, former Coalition Provisional Authority spokesman and a FOX News contributor.

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Starts at 7 a.m. ET

London police express "deep regret" that the man they shot and killed in the subway last week actually had no ties to the recent terror bombings. Should London police rethink their "shoot to kill" policy? We'll ask former CIA operative, Wayne Simmons.

Plus, could the White House's refusal to release documents written by Supreme Court nominee John Roberts (search) end up dooming his nomination? Michael Barone, senior writer for U.S. News & World Report and a FOX News contributor, weighs in.

And, second lady Lynne Cheney (search) tells us what she's doing to get kids fired up about history.

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