Here’s what is on tap for Monday:
“FOX & Friends First” (6 a.m. ET)
President Bush is meeting with members of NATO (search) to try and secure more international support for Iraq. But what happens if his plans fall short? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. John Bucciarelli, CEO of WMDTaskforce.com.
Plus, how? to be healthy and happy on your own terms. We'll hear one woman's amazing true story of how she healed herself.
And, prosecutors in the Scott Peterson (search) double murder trial suffered a double blow last week. Could a released juror and a questionable witness cause the case against Scott to go belly up? We’ll ask former federal prosecutor, Tim Susanin.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m ET)
As the NATO summit begins Monday in Istanbul, Turkey, we’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Scales if NATO's training of Iraqi forces is what Iraq really needs.
Plus, with just two days until the handover of power in Iraq, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., joins us with his take on the transition.
The European Union thinks that a constitution is the answer to uniting Europe. But would adopting one main body of law hurt our relationship with certain allies? We’ll get insight from Frank Gaffney, founder of the Center for Security Policy.
It's “Bubba” versus “The Governator” at this year's presidential conventions. Which side will come out on top? We'll be joined by Juan Williams, FOX News political analyst, senior correspondent for National Public Radio and author of "My Soul Looks Back in Wonder.”
Plus, with convention season inching closer, are either President Bush, or John Kerry making a bigger dent with voters? Independent pollster Scott Rasmussen, president of RasmussenReports.com, joins the debate.
While Al Qaeda is busy planning attacks abroad, are they more prepared than ever to strike at the homeland? We’ll ask Paul Williams, former FBI consultant and author of “Osama’s Revenge: The Next 9-11.”
Plus, we’ll be joined by the host of “The Next Action Star,” Tina Malave.
And, "It's a girl" has special meaning for one family from Norwalk, Iowa. They’ve been waiting for a little girl for almost 127 years! Ryan and Deidre Brown will joins us to explain.
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