Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The Bush administration is considering providing direct aid to the Palestinian Authority (search). Is this a sign that the Mideast peace talks are heading in the right direction? Scott Lasensky, fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, weighs in.
A report by the CIA says North Korea is producing nuclear missiles with enough range to reach even the United States. What's the best way to stop this plutonium plan in its tracks? We’ll ask John Green, senior analyst with Eurasia Group.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Anti-American anger is boiling over in the streets of Iraq. Can U.S. forces keep the peace, or should the Iraqi police take on the job? For answers, we’ll turn to Aziz al-Taee, chairman of the Iraqi-American Council.
The BBC is getting flack from all sides. Why has this stiff upper lip of broadcasting become bloodied? Tim Graham, director of medial analysis at the Media Research Center, joins us with insight.
New tales are surfacing on the secret life of John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn. But just how true are these rumors? We’ll ask Laurence Leamer, author of The Kennedy Men and The Kennedy Women.
Former first lady Hillary Clinton says It Takes a Village to raise a child, even devoting a book to the concept. But did the Clinton scandals destroy rather than nurture this village? Jason Fodeman, author of How to Destroy a Village: What the Clintons Taught a 17-Year Old.
If we never find the large "smoking gun" cache of weapons of mass destruction will that really change how we look back at the war with Iraq? Rep. Mark Green, R-Wisc., weighs in.
And, red, white and baby? Jeff Jacobson gets your toddler marching to the beat of America this July 4th with the latest education video called Star-Spangled Baby!
Plus, the creator of Sex and the City joins us to discuss her latest novel Candace Bushnell.
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