Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
President Bush makes it clear that the United States will respond to attack by nuclear means if necessary. But what legal ramifications come along with this type of action? We'll ask FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.
NASA has clocked a lot of miles since John Glenn rocketed into orbit back in 1962. We'll look back at the history of our space program with veteran newsman Bob Asman, space coverage producer for NBC, and his son, David Asman, FOX News anchor and space enthusiast.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
A presidential warning: If Saddam uses any weapons of mass destruction, President Bush promises to nuke them back. But how likely is this scenario? We'll ask FOX News military analyst and former U.S. Airforce Lieutenant Colonel Thomas McInerney.
And, what can we learn from past threats of nuclear force? Allan Lichtman, professor of History at American University, offers insight.
Should FBI and CIA officials that mishandled information leading to up to the events of Sept. 11 face punishment? Cliff May, president of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, weighs in.
Plus, do we need a chief executive in charge of our spy agencies to help fight the war on terror? We'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
And, FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, author of Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small, has tips to help you avoid embarrassing yourself at this year's office holiday party.
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