Here is what’s on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Are the Saudis doing enough to track down terror before it strikes? We’ll ask FOX News political analyst Angela McGlowan.
And, FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author and director of the Stress Program at New York's Mount Sinai Hospital, answers your e-mails.
Plus, meet a girl that can't even buy a beer, but boy can she whip up a mean roast chicken – Patricia Homma, the best teen chef in America.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Five suicide bombings in 48 hours have left at least 12 Israelis dead and dozens more injured. Is the violence killing the road map to peace in the Middle East? Ambassador Alon Pinkas, Israel's counsel general in New York, joins the debate.
Are we doing all we can to brace for an Al Qaeda strike? Former Secretary of Defense and Forbes’ Chairman Caspar Weinberger, offers insight.
If the economy doesn't improve soon, will the president's approval start to slide south? David Gergen, former adviser to presidents Clinton, Ford, Reagan and Nixon, assesses the situation.
Plus, 17 years ago, Pat Roush's daughters were kidnapped by their Saudi father and kept in Saudi Arabia. Since then she's battled both the U.S. and Saudi governments to get them back. Hear her remarkable story as she joins us to discuss her book, At Any Price.
And, there can be only one American Idol. Will Clay or Ruben come out on top of Wednesday’s finale? We’ll get a prediction from Newsweek magazine’s senior writer Marc Peyser.
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