Here's what's on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First [6 a.m. ET] 

Al Qaeda continues to pose a threat to Saudi Arabia, even though arrests in the latest string of bombings seemed to bring at least a temporary relief to its people. Is it possible that the U.S. can make an impact on terrorism in the Arab Kingdom? With us to discuss this matter is Fred Gedrich, a senior policy analyst at Freedom Alliance as well as a former State Department official.

Is there enough scientific evidence to convict Scott Peterson of murdering his pregnant wife? And how much will Laci’s cause of death play a role in the prosecution’s case? Joining us is forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, who is currently the director of forensic science for the state of New York.

Bad blood with the Saudis, French and Canadians has resulted in a lot of fences to mend. Is reconciliation possible? We’ll hear from FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin, a best-selling author and director of the stress program at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital.

FOX & Friends [7 a.m. ET]

The people of Saudi Arabia breath a sigh of relief, now that eight people have been apprehended for the deadly Riyadh bombings. With terrorism still very much alive in Saudi Arabia, what is the next step for the U.S. in the War on Terror in the Middle East? We’ll ask the former deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Van Hipp.

It was rare for any athlete in Iraq to escape Uday Hussein’s torturous tactics. From dips in raw sewage to brutal murder, terror was only a second away. With us is a man who actually traveled to Iraq to account these gruesome stories of torture. Jon Alpert, producer for HBO’s Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel is here to discuss what he witnessed.

The world watches as the Iran leadership continues to deny nuclear plans as well as any ties to terrorism. Are we heading for yet another clash? We’ll discuss this with FOX News political analyst and former U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato.

If the War on Terror is a huge police mystery and Al Qaeda are the alleged culprits, how close are the detectives to solving the case? We’ll ask David Kaplan, chief investigative correspondent for U.S. News and World Report.

Which country poses the most dangerous threat to U.S. national security and why? Find out when we speak to former national security adviser and former chief foreign adviser Richard Allen.

Get ready to laugh your socks off! Bryan Cranston, who plays “Hal” in the wildly successful Malcolm In The Middle is here.

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