Join us as FOX News kicks off our convention coverage!

Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

The Democrats are expected to get a lot of attention this week as their convention takes center stage. But will it help or hurt the Kerry-Edwards campaign? Democratic strategist Pat Schaefer and Republican strategist Randy Tate join the debate.

There are many medical conditions that can stop you from doing something you love. But lung transplant survivor, Al Jones, joins us to explain why he didn't let his illness prevent him from becoming a bowling champion.
And, police have yet to find missing jogger Lori Hacking. Does crazed behavior from her husband predict bad news on the horizon? We’ll ask criminal profiler Pat Brown.

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

The Democrats are in the limelight as former President Bill Clinton kicks things off at the convention. We’ll examine Clinton’s clout with FOX News political analyst and co-host of "The Beltway Boys," Fred Barnes.

It's D-Day for the Democrats and who better to get a preview of this week’s anticipated events tan from DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe.

Plus, how likely is a terror attack at one of the political conventions? We’ll get a read from Evan Kohlmann, terror analyst, and Danny Coulson, former FBI deputy assistant director.

Hoping to avoid a possible campaign cash controversy, Sen. John Edwards returns some questionable donations. We’ll get the details from Michael Isikoff, investigative correspondent for Newsweek magazine.

Why does the 2004 Democratic National Convention has special meaning for the Sunshine State? We’ll ask Rep. Mark Foley, D-Fla.

Boston is aiming to rake in big bucks and boost its political profile by hosting the Democratic convention. But will the party also cause major chaos? We’ll ask Howie Carr, columnist for the Boston Herald and a syndicated radio talk show host.

Lori Hacking's family recently confronted some grim news regarding evidence found in their daughter's apartment. We’ll get reaction from Hacking family spokesperson, Scott Dunaway.

Plus, Todd English, chef and owner of Olives restaurant, shows us how to have a traditional New England clambake.

And, sex and violence in movies has many parents up in arms about what their kids are watching. But now new technology allows parents to "clean-up" movies at home, as Bill Aho, CEO of Clearplay explains.

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