Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

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

The map to peace in the Middle East (search) has been more of a collision course than a smooth ride. There are talks of a cease-fire, but is what else is needed to stop the continued terrorist attacks? We’ll ask Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, director of the American Center for Femocracy and the author of Funding Evil: How Terrorism is Financed and How to Stop It.

The war in Iraq has kept hundreds of thousands of our soldiers away from home. So how do their loved ones cope with everyday life while they're gone? We’ll get insight from Meredith Leyva, wife of a U.S. Navy lieutenant for six years and author of Married to the Military.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

When it comes to Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, what are the chances that a smoking gun will ever be found? Bill Tierney, former weapons inspector, offers insight.

Search warrants, autopsy reports and gag orders were up front at Thursday's hearing in the Laci Peterson murder case. What lies ahead for the future of this case? William Sullivan, former federal prosecutor, joins us to explain.

When it comes to rebuilding Iraq (search), how long will it take to accomplish the mission and how much will it cost? We’ll ask Sen. Kit Bond, D-Mo., member of the Select Intelligence Committee.

While her empire has taken a hit from a stock scandal, consumers are still buying into Martha Stewart. The domestic diva’s company announced it is expanding publication of her magazine Everyday Food. So is Martha bouncing back? We’ll be joined by Gary Kaltbaum, founder of  Kaltbaum and Associates and a regular on the Cost of Freedom Business Block.

Over the past two weeks, student protests in Iran are challenging the rule of their Islamic government. But are they getting their cue from independent Iranian media networks inside the United States? Maziar Mafi, co-host of The Other Colors on a Farsi-language network based in California, weighs in.

Plus, we'll get a preview of this week's edition of FOX News Sunday from host Tony Snow.

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