Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The raid that took down Saddam's sons was a major victory for our military, but what effect will it have on our troops struggling to keep the peace in Iraq? Retired command Sgt. Maj. Eric Haney will discuss the matter with us. He's also the author of Inside Delta Force: The Story of America's Elite Counter-Terrorist Unit.

Although Uday and Qusay Hussein's deaths were considered a huge victory in the War on Terror (search), will the democrats find a way to use it against President Bush? Here to debate the issue from Washington will be FOX News Channel political analyst Angela McGlowan and Democratic strategist Scott Segal.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Saddam's sons are gone, the new council is up and running, and another key Saddam loyalist is in custody. Is the situation in Iraq at a turning point? We'll ask former deputy assistant Secretary of the Army Van Hipp. He is now the chairman of American Defense International.

President Bush is dealing with some eroding approval ratings. Political consultant Dick Morris says it may pave the way for a Clinton run in 2004. He's the author of Off With Their Heads.

A hard-hitting congressional report will be released today. It focuses on why intelligence agencies failed to connect the dots and prevent the 9/11 attacks. The man who is leading this Sept. 11 inquiry, Florida Sen. Bob Graham, will join us and offer some insight into this matter.

After taking a missionary job in the Philippines, Greg Williams was kidnapped by terrorists linked to Al Qaeda. Fortunately, he's alive to tell his story and will join us to share his experience. He's the author of Thirteen Days of Terror.

What are the most shocking findings of the congressional report about Sept. 11? We'll ask Ala. senator Richard Shelby, who was the vice chairman of the intelligence committee.

If Kobe Bryant doesn't spin his case in court or sway the public opinion in his favor, he will most likely face big trouble down the road. Drew Rosenhaus is one of the biggest agents in sports, and knows how the game is played. He'll weigh in from our Miami bureau.

Will the death of Saddam's sons prove to the Iraqi people that the regime they feared for so long is gone for good? Here to tell us about the psychological impact of the victory is Dr. Georgia Witkin, who is a best-selling author and a FOX News Channel contributor.

Iran claims they have senior Al Qaeda (search) operatives in custody... so why won't they hand them over to the U.S.? What will it take to get our hands on these high-ranking terrorists, if this is in fact true? Evan Kohlmann will fill us in. He's the senior terrorism analyst at the Investigative Project.

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