Here is what's on tap for Friday:

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

After Colin Powell's pitch Iraq may be saying it will cooperate. Is this one of Saddam's tricks, or is he seeing the writing on the wall? We'll ask Fred Gedrich, senior policy analyst at Freedom Alliance and former U.S. State Department official.

Powell's presentation made diplomatic waves. Now President Bush wants a new U.N. resolution authorizing military action against Iraq. We'll ask Paul Holmes, co-author of Saddam's Iraq, Face Off in the Gulf, if all of this finally convince Saddam to step down.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

How did Powell's presentation play on Wall Street? Scott Bleier, president of HybridInvestors.com, and a regular on Bulls & Bears, weighs in.

What will a new battle with Saddam Hussein be like? We'll ask the chief architect behind the war plan that became Operation Desert Storm, retired U.S. Air Force Col. John Warden, author of Winning in Fast-Time.

We'll get a preview of this weekend's edition of FOX News Sunday, with host Tony Snow.

She was crowned Miss America, was a pioneer female sportscaster, became first lady of Kentucky and had her first child all before she was 30. Phyllis George has re-invented herself time and again and her new book, Never Say Never, tells us all how to do it.

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