Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Can the U.S. block Iranian influence from seeping into Iraq's (search) future government? We’ll ask Ed Turzanski, a national security analyst and professor of political science at Lasalle University.
Even though the war in Iraq is pretty much over, there are still questions left to ponder. We’ll get insight into them with Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor, best-selling author and the director of the stress program at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Coalition forces are facing a whole new set of challenges in Iraq -- trying to maintain order in the streets while allowing the Iraqi people to express their newly found freedoms. We’ll examine this dangerous job with retired U.S. Marine Corps. Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.
The hidden horrors of Saddam Hussein's regime will be revealed in a world premier History Channel presentation. We’ll be joined by the host of Reign of Terror Week, Arthur Kent.
Should the United States withdraw from the United Nations? Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, joins the debate.
It's deadly, infectious and doesn't seem to be going away. How concerned should you be about SARS (search)? We’ll ask Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy Thompson.
How aggressive are the Saudis in the war on terror? Newsweek magazine’s Michael Isikoff offers insight.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Attorney General John Ashcroft.
And, Greenville, South Carolina will play host to the first stop on the Dixie Chicks' first American tour since Natalie Maines spoke out to a London audience. Doug Gray from the Marshall Tucker Band has an idea for those who already bought Dixie tickets.
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