Here's what is on tap for Monday:

Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide (search) resigned and flew into exile Sunday, pressured by foreign governments and a bloody rebellion. Gunfire crackled as the capital fell into chaos, and Washington dispatched Marines. What lies ahead for the strife-torn nation?

On the brink of a 10-state election that could doom his candidacy, John Edwards (search) shed his nice-guy approach in a debate Sunday and accused John Kerry of spouting "the same old Washington talk" on critical issues like trade and deficit spending. But can Kerry be caught?

The Academy Awards (search) return to full-glamour mode Sunday after two years in which Hollywood's prom night was muted by world events — the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks in 2002 and the Iraq  war in 2003. Who were the big winners and surprise losers?

For answers to those questions we turn to:

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

• Barry Schweid, senior diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press
• Ivan Fisher, criminal defense attorney
• Chris Ingram, Republican consultant
• Morris Reid, Democratic strategist
• Marc Malkin, news director for Us Weekly

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

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge
• Tony Snow, host of “Weekend Live” and his own radio show on FOX News Radio
• Simon Crittle, reporter for Time Magazine
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, FNC military analyst
• Tom O'Neil, senior editor for In Touch Weekly
• Amb. Marc Ginsberg, FNC foreign affairs analyst
• Ed Rollins, political strategist
Court TV’s Lisa Bloom
• Ron Christie, special assistant to President Bush
The Onion’s Joe Garden and John Krewson

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