Here is what is on tap for Friday:

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

Eleven empty chemical warheads are found in Iraq. If this amounts to a smoking gun and we decide war is necessary, is the military ready to remove Saddam by force? We'll ask James Dunnigan, military analyst and editor in chief or StrategyPage.com.

The U.S. hoped an aid package would convince North Korea to suspending its nuclear weapons program. But North Korea didn't go for it, saying the offer was "loudmouthed" and "pie in the sky." Victor Cha, Asia studies professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, offers insight on how to defuse the standoff.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The Kurds in northern Iraq have been rebuilding their homeland since the 1988 chemical attacks by Saddam Hussein. How anxious are they for regime change? Dr. Barham Salih, prime minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, weighs in.

Richard Pienciak, senior correspondent with the Daily News, details the path that led the FBI to the man suspected of funding Al Qaeda in the U.S.

We'll get a preview of this week's blockbuster FOX News Sunday from host Tony Snow.

As the world watches to see how things unfold in the Persian Gulf, what does Wall Street want to see happen? We'll ask Tobin Smith, regular on Bulls & Bears and founder of Changewave Research.

And, we'll be joined by Jerry O'Connell, star of the new film Kangaroo Jack.

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