Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

As lawyers in the Martha Stewart case head back to court today, will members of her legal team be called to testify? FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano joins the debate.

Hang on to your seats, because this latest novel is a real psychological thriller. It’s such a good read, that Columbia Pictures is bringing it to the big screen! The novel’s called Shutter Island, and is written by Dennis Lehane. He will be joining us to discuss this project.

Elections are more than a year away and President Bush is already stumping for campaign cash. Is re-election going to be a no-brainer? Do the democrats have a shot at taking the White House back? Cheri Jacobus, a Republican strategist, and David Pollack, director of the democratic leadership for the 21st century, are both here with us to debate this issue.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

It’s an ace in the hole for U.S. troops as they capture the highest-ranking member of the Hussein regime so far. Will his arrest follow with the whereabouts of Saddam and his weapons of mass destruction? We’ll hear from U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.

Catholic bishops meet today in St. Louis to address the recent controversies surrounding the church. How will these leaders respond to the resignation of Phoenix Bishop Thomas O’Brien, who fled the scene of a fatal hit-and-run accident? We’ll ask Joe Feurherd, who is covering the conference in St. Louis for the National Catholic Reporter.

Martha Stewart will be making her way back to court to face charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice. Will she end up behind bars? Will she strike a plea deal? Criminal defense attorney Mickey Sherman is here with some insight to the case.

Remember the original two American Idol finalists? Well, their careers have catapulted to the big screen. We will have Justin Guarini and Kelly Clarkson here with us. They are both starring in the new movie From Justin To Kelly.

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