Here's what is on tap for Friday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Saddam says he's getting his army in shape and the United States says it's ready with new and improved weapons. What does retired Maj. John Bucciarelli have to say? We'll find out!
Which news stories got the most press in 2002? The World Almanac has compiled its own top ten list. What ranked No. 1? Don't miss the countdown with editor Ken Parks.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
If Iraq can persuade the United Nations inspectors it is not hiding nuclear, chemical and biological weapons or the missiles to deliver them, it might avoid a U.S. strike. But the inspectors have said an Iraqi weapons declaration is wanting. What's next? We find out from Tim Trevan, former U.N. weapons inspector.
Some Democrats claim that we are barely safer than we were before Sept. 11. Could this hardball strategy backfire? Rep. J.D. Hayworth, R-Ariz., tells us his side of the story.
North Korea's nuke pursuits are really rubbing the international community the wrong way. So, can we stop their efforts to develop nuclear weapons? We ask FOX News own John Gibson, the man who always knows The Big Story.
The holiday shopping season wasn't enough to pick up the economy. Is it a bright year ahead for the market? FOX News contributor Hillary Kramer gives us her take.
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