Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

'FOX & Friends First'
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

• Coalition forces have clamped down on insurgents in Fallujah, and now they're going after terrorists in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.

We'll talk about the importance of this latest offensive with Sgt. Major Steve Greer.

Plus — How do we ensure long-term peace and stability in Iraq?

We'll talk with Noah Feldman, author of "What We Owe Iraq."

Condoleezza Rice (search) is officially President Bush's choice to replace Colin Powell (search) as secretary of state. So what does she bring to the table?

We'll ask Barry Schweid, senior diplomatic correspondent for the Associated Press.

'FOX & Friends'
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

• Will Condoleezza Rice see a smooth transition from national security adviser to secretary of state?

FNC political analyst Bill Kristol and biographer Antonia Felix will join us with their thoughts

• Newly appointed CIA Director Porter Goss (search) is telling the agency to expect a series of changes in the days and weeks ahead. So what should we expect?

We'll ask Peter Brookes, a former CIA intelligence officer.

• Wondering what to make for Thanksgiving dinner? We'll have some fresh ideas cookin' up in our green room with chef David Burke.

• Now that U.S. and Iraqi troops have stormed Mosul, what can we expect to see happen in this part of Iraq?

We'll talk with Brig. Gen. Carter Ham, commander of U.S. forces in the city, and with retired Army Col. Douglas MacGregor, author of "Transformation Under Fire."

• You don't often get the chance to interview a guy while he's swimming with sharks, but that's just what we'll do with Steve Kaiser!

• Judge Andrew Napolitano, FNC senior judicial analyst, has been very busy...

Not only is he splitting hosting duties between "FOX & Friends" and "The Big Story," he's also written a new book. Tune in to find out more about "Constitutional Chaos."

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