Here is what’s on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The new U.S.-backed Iraqi council agrees to set up a tribunal to try war criminals. How important is this step for the council and the future of Iraq? We’ll get answers from FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Colossal emeralds and rare violins, all left carelessly on airplanes. But where do these treasures go once no one claims ownership? We’ll ask Bryan Owens, president and CEO of the Unclaimed Baggage Center. For more information please visit www.unclaimedbaggage.com.
If North Korea (search) is actively reprocessing 8,000 nuclear fuel rods, how much longer till they actually put them to use? We’ll get insight from Eugene Mathews, foreign relations expert and foreign investor for Nintai Capital.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
He made his NFL career by crunching quarterbacks. Now Reggie White, author of Broken Promises, Blinded Dreams, is using that same intensity to speak out to the black community about political, economic and moral liberty.
CIA Director George Tenet is under scrutiny for green lighting intelligence used in the State of the Union speech. Is the president being undermined by his intelligence team? Peter Brookes, former CIA intelligence officer and a national security fellow at the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.
A court tells the Clintons that they won't be reimbursed for their legal fees from the Whitewater investigation. Is this a fair decision? We’ll ask former Clinton adviser, Dick Morris, FOX News political analyst and author of Off with Their Heads.
Plus, meet the man that looked Beyond the Glory of Mike Tyson, Read Jackson, vice president of original programming at FOX Sports Net.
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