Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
President Bush talks tough on immigration. But what will his guest-worker program mean for the American workforce? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Steve Malzberg, talk show host and Newsmax.com columnist, and Morris Reid, Democratic strategist.
Plus, professional basketball legend, Earl "the Pearl" Monroe, joins us to explain why all men over the age of 50 need to pay attention to their health.
And, a lingerie store in Augusta, Maine raising some eyebrows. The store's using live models in its windows. Morally reprehensible or smart business? We'll investigate.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
The hurricane season that officially ends Wednesday tomorrow was the most destructive on record. Is the worst yet to come? We'll get a read from senior Accuweather meteorologist, Joe Bastardi.
Are college kids coming under attack on campuses across the country just because they're conservative? We'll get insight from Jason Mattera, spokesman for Young America's Foundation.
Sean Hannity reacts to President Bush's plan for immigration reform.
We'll get a preview of the new documentary, "Dare to Dream," with two of the world's top female soccer players, Kristine Lilly and Joy Fawcett.
Plus, from Washington to Hollywood, he's the go-to-guy when there's a good time to be had: We'll be joined by actor and comedian, Cedric the Entertainer.
And, speaking of entertainers, we'll be joined by screen legend, Olympia Dukakis.
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