Here is what’s on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The clock is ticking: Will the Iraqis hand over the culprits in the deadly attack on British soldiers? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Marine Corps. Col. Ed Badolato.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
She's been called the "shock-jock" of right wing political commentary and now she has a new book out covering everything from the war on terror, to Hollywood peaceniks. Meet syndicated columnist and author of Treason, Ann Coulter.
Has Saddam Hussein’s Information minister been bagged? We’ll review some of “Baghdad Bob’s” unparalleled publicity spin with Brent Bozell, president of The Media Research Center.
How long should U.S. forces stay in Baghdad (search) and how committed is the president to rebuilding Iraq? We’ll ask Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Hamas has apparently agreed to call off terror attacks against Israel. But how realistic is this offer? We’ll ask former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Plus, get your taste buds ready as we sample the cuisine from Chef Dotty Griffith’s Contemporary Cowboy Cookbook.
Did a disagreement between the CIA and Pentagon prevent the U.S. from nailing terror mastermind Usama bin Laden before Sept. 11? Mike Baker, former CIA covert operations officer and CEO of Diligence LLC, weighs in.
The Elizabeth Smart case made headlines for nine months. Her remarkable rescue is considered a miracle and it's all detailed in the new book, Held Captive: The Kidnapping and Rescue of Elizabeth Smart, and we’ll be joined by the book's authors Maggie Haberman and Jeane MacIntosh.
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