Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
Fox and Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
In a new audiotape, Saddam mourns the loss of his sons and calls them martyrs. Does he mean what he says or does he have something else up his sleeve? Joining us from Dallas is Michael Evans, author of New York Times bestseller Beyond Iraq - The Next Move.
The president says he backs Israel's tough stand on Palestinian terror groups, but also warned that Israel needs to carefully consider how other demands may affect the peace process. Here to discuss Prime Minister Sharon's White House meeting is Ambassador Alon Pinkas, the Israeli consul general in New York.
French tourism has dropped by "80 percent" and many Americans are boycotting French products... Is the U.S. being too sensitive, or are we right in telling the French, "Ce'st La Vie"? Here to tell us is Dr. Georgia Witkin, a best-selling author, FNC contributor, and director of the Stress Program at Mount Sinai Hospital (search).
Fox and Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Another supposed Saddam tape surfaces claiming, "America will be defeated." Meanwhile, our troops in Iraq are plucking away Hussein's few remaining pals in house-to-house raids. Is the elusive dictator running out of places to hide? With us from D.C. is retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillon. He's also a senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation.
According to the Department of Homeland Security (search), Al Qaeda may be planning more airline hijackings. How serious is this threat? Have we done enough to protect the skies? We'll ask Harvey Kushner, Long Island University professor and author of The Encyclopedia of Terrorism.
The director of foreign policy studies at the Cato Institute (search) says that the Bush Administration is in a delicate diplomatic dance with the Saudis. We'll have Chris Preble himself, here to explain.
A new audiotape said to contain the voice of Saddam hits the airwaves. In the broadcast, he mourns the loss of his sons and says they died as martyrs. Is this genuine or just Saddam's spin? Who better to ask than Bill O'Reilly, host of FNC's The O'Reilly Factor!
Former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger will also speak about the deposed dictator.
We'll also be joined by football great Terry Bradshaw, who is the host of NFL on FOX!
And, last but not least... what's the best way to jump-start your day? The key lies in having a good breakfast. Here to tell us why will be famous TV moms, Marion Ross from Happy Days, Barbara Billingsley from Leave it to Beaver and Diahann Carrol from The Diahann Carroll Show.
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