Thursday on FOX & Friends:

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

Tensions rise as the Beltway Sniper case winds its way into the courts. Who will prosecute the case? Trial attorney and Philadelphia Daily News columnist Michael Smerconish tells us who should hold the gavel.

Once the kids are in from trick-or-treating, they still have all that energy left in them. The Toy Guy Chris Burns drops by with some spooky Halloween toys to keep them busy while you relax.

Plus, a tribute to the late Sen. Paul Wellstone turns political and some Republicans in Minnesota are calling foul. We'll debate that pre-election issue with Democratic strategist Daedre Levine and Republican strategist David Winston.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The Immigration and Naturalization Service is facing a lot of heat for not doing enough to secure our borders. Is the INS in complete disarray? We'll ask Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, and author of An Unlikely Conservative.

Is the United Nations moving closer toward a tougher resolution on Iraq? We'll examine the state of play with former chief U.N. weapons inspector and director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Terence Taylor.

How will voters react to Walter Mondale's Senate bid? Could his age work against him, or will Minnesota's voters jump on board to honor Wellstone's legacy? We'll ask the History Channel's resident historian Dr. Steve Gillon, Walter Mondale's official biographer .

Now that the Beltway Sniper suspects are locked up, many have criticized the way the media covered the manhunt. Did fear and politics taint the coverage? We'll be joined by Rich Noyes, director of media analysis for the Media Research Center.

Plus, we'll be joined by Peter Facinelli and Bill Bellamy, stars of the new show Fastlane.

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