Before he addresses the United Nations on Tuesday, President Bush (search) joins FOX News for an exclusive interview.
We’ll get a preview of the interview with Brit Hume, Washington managing editor for FOX News. And don’t forget you can catch the entire interview Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on the Fox Broadcast Network and at midnight on FNC.
Plus, we’ll examine what reaction the president can expect from the U.N. with Thomas Nehls, of German Public Radio; Christopher Dickey, Paris bureau chief for Newsweek, and Evgeny Umerenkov, former deputy chief of the international desk of Komsomolfskaya Pravda.
Opening arguments begin in the trial of Robert Durst, the man accused of killing his first wife. Why is his second wife standing by her man? We’ll ask Wendy Murphy, former prosecutor, and Howard Srebnick, Criminal defense attorney.
There's a food fight in a California public school. The school is banning the beloved peanut butter and jelly sandwiches because one little boy is allergic to peanuts. Is it fair for public schools to tell you what you can pack in your child's lunch? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Marci Gould, board member of a local school parent association, and Sandeep Burma, father of a severely allergic child.
Plus, do more children nowadays have serious allergies? We’ll ask Dr. Wesley Burks, pediatric allergist and immunologist at Duke University Medical Center.
And, meet two winners of the U.S. Army's "Soldier of the Year" contest: Specialist Russell Burnham, 1st Stryker Brigade, and Staff Sgt. James Luby, 3rd U.S. Infantry Division.
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