Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Investigators continue combing though the rubble for clues on who might be behind the Saudi bombings -- one of the deadliest attacks against Americans since Sept. 11. Was Al Qaeda (search) in on the plot? We’ll ask Harvey Kushner, terrorism expert and author of the Encyclopedia of Terrorism.
Plus, how do we bring these terrorists to justice? FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano weighs in.
And, Kyle Williams has issues with the media, sex-ed in schools and moral decline. What makes this pundit different from the others? He's only 14!
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The FBI is sending a team of agents to investigate the terrorist bombings in Riyadh. Will they be able to disrupt Al Qaeda operations inside Saudi Arabia before more lives are lost? FOX News military analyst retired U.S. Marine Corps. Lt. Col. Bill Cowan, weighs in.
Is Usama bin Laden back in the business of terror? Rep. Peter Hoekstra, R-Mi., weighs in.
Terror kills Americans on Saudi soil. Can we trust the Saudi government to catch these terrorists? Amb. Richard Murphy, former ambassador to Saudi Arabia and a current senior fellow of Mideast studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, joins the debate.
The motto "leave no man behind" saved downed helicopter pilot Michael Durant, when his Black Hawk went down in Somalia back in 1993. Now Durant chronicles the story of his captivity in his new book In the Company of Heroes.
Plus, the news networks kicked their coverage into high gear once the war with Iraq began. But after the dust settled, who came out on top of the coverage? We’ll hand out report cards with Tim Graham, director of the Media Research Center.
And, we’ll be joined by world-class singer Wynonna Judd.
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