Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

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

Secretary of State Colin Powell (search) heads to the Mideast trying to salvage the roadmap to peace. What does he need to do to keep both sides talking and get negotiations back on track? We’ll ask Michael Evans, Mideast expert and author of Beyond Iraq: The Next Move.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

An Al Qaeda operative pleads guilty to charges of planning to sabotage the Brooklyn Bridge and derailing trains. How close was he to carrying out these terror attacks? We’ll ask Rep. Pete Sessions, R-Texas.

Can Powell put a stop to the violence in the Middle East? Mark Regev, spokesman for the Israeli embassy, joins us with perspective.

Plus, what do you get when you combine male fantasies with beer ads? The stars now known as "The Miller Light Catfight Girls," Tanya and Kitana.

A judge sets January 12 as the date the Martha Stewart trial is expected to begin. What is to become of the domestic diva? We’ll ask Scott Greenfield, vice president of the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Plus, could the outcome of her trial have an impact on the stock market? FOX News contributor Dagen McDowell joins the debate.

You may have heard of the ordeal faced by Sarah Saga, the young woman who is desperately trying to get back to America with her two children. Can the government help? We’ll be joined by Rep. Dan Burton, R-Ind.

The search for Saddam shifts into high gear after his top aide gets nabbed. Can investigators get Mahmud al-Tikriti to spill the beans on Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction? Peter Brookes, former CIA intelligence officer and senior fellow of the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.

We’ll get a preview of this week’s edition of FOX News Sunday with host Tony Snow.

Plus, when it comes to the fuss over fast food and weight, is it our fault we're putting on the pounds, or does the blame lie with those making the burgers? We’ll ask John Banzhaf, professor at George Washington University., professor at George Washington University.

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