Here’s what is on tap for Monday:

“FOX & Friends First”
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Iraq sets its' first Election Day for January 30. But is the nation truly ready to grab the reins of democracy? We’ll ask Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East Forum.

The NBA suspends four players after Friday's basketball brawl in Detroit. What's at stake for these athletes and the future of the sport? We’ll get insight from Jeff Benedict, author of "Out of Bounds.”

Plus, we’ll get Thanksgiving decorating ideas from creative consultant Daphne Shirley.

And, Michael Hainey, deputy editor of GQ magazine, joins us to explain how his magazine's December issue honors men of the Iraq war by getting personal and telling their stories.

“FOX & Friends”
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Why did Reps. James Sensenbrenner, R-Wisc., and Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., reject the president's personal request to compromise on a House intelligence reform bill? We’ll ask them.

The penalty phase starts Monday in the Scott Peterson (search) trial. Will the jury give him lethal injection, or life in prison? We’ll get a read from Jeanine Pirro, district attorney of Westchester County, New York.

From the Fallujah siege to combat action in Mosul, we’ll get a firsthand look at what life was like embedded with our Armed Forces for 10 weeks from retired U.S. Armey Lt. Col. Scott Rutter, FOX News military analyst.

Plus, what steps must be taken in order to stabilize Iraq before Election Day? We’ll ask former Secretary of State, Gen. Al Haig.

And, following Friday’s riot between NBA players and fans in Detroit, severe suspensions have been handed down. But does the punishment fit the crime? Rob Becker, FOXSports.com legal analyst, weighs in.

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