Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Although President Bush won peace vows from both the Israelis and the Palestinians, will their actions actually speak louder than their words? We’ll hear the Palestinian-Muslim perspective from Khalid Turaani, the executive director for the American Muslims for Jerusalem.
Martha Stewart faces a nine-count indictment that includes charges of obstruction of justice and securities fraud. Can she beat the charges, or will her future be spent behind bars? Joining us is defense attorney Bruce Baron, who will detail the pending legal fight that lies ahead.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Are the promises made to President Bush for peace going to be kept, or is the road map forever doomed? We’ll find out from former Israel Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Living History tells of the betrayal Senator Hillary Clinton felt after learning of her husband's infidelity with Monica Lewinsky. Do the words in her new book really expose her true feelings about the situation? With us to discuss the issue is Washington Times political columnist John McCaslin.
President Bush wants peace in the Middle East and the Israelis and Palestinians have vowed to come through with his wishes. Is the promise one that should be taken seriously? We’ll find out from former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger.
The CIA is now reviewing an intelligence report that will determine whether or not U.S. officials misinterpreted the threat posed by Saddam Hussein’s weapon programs. Joining us to talk about this investigation is former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Richard Shelby.
The domestic diva says she’s not guilty in the insider stock trading scandal that threatens her empire and future. Can and will Martha Stewart withstand the heat? With us today is attorney Harvey Levin to discuss the upcoming trial. He is also the executive producer of Celebrity Justice.
Intelligence reports claim that Saddam Hussein not only produced weapons of mass destruction, but also stored and used them. So where are they and why haven’t we found them? To discuss this military mystery with us is FOX military analyst and retired Army General Paul Vallely.
Martha Stewart is engaged in an uphill battle for her innocence ever since her recent indictment for fraud and obstruction of justice. Will the queen of clean be able to regroup or is her domestic empire way beyond repair? We'll ask the author of The Practice of Public Relations and president of Emerald Partners, Frasier Seitel.
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