Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Richard Reid will be sentenced Thursday for trying to blow up an airliner by lighting explosives hidden in his shoes. Will the judge give him life? We'll ask FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
The Bush administration is ready to persuade skeptics on Iraq. With the "final phase" nearing, will the mounting evidence be enough for an attack? Former U.N. weapons inspector Richard Spertzel weighs in.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The U.N. inspectors have filed their report and now it is Colin Powell's turn to show the world what Iraq is hiding. Where does the burden of proof really lie? Ambassador Paul Bremer, president and CEO of Marsh Crisis Consulting and a member of the president's Homeland Security Advisory Council, joins the debate.
Is the military moving into the final phase before the decision is made to go in and get Saddam? FOX News military analyst Oliver North drops by with a possible time line.
Next week, Secretary of State Colin Powell will take more evidence on Iraq to the U.N. Will his presentation make history? We'll get historic insight from Richard Semiatin, assistant professor of political science at American University.
Plus, Tim and Nina Zagat explain how they have America's top golf courses covered.
And, we'll be joined by baseball great, Cal Ripken Jr.
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