Here's what is on tap for Friday:
Fox and Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Two of Saddam's daughters seek refuge in Jordan. Does their departure from Iraq mean the hunt for their dictator dad is coming to an end? Doug Bandow will fill us in. He's a senior fellow with the Cato Institute (search).
It looks like Arnold Schwarzenegger will not run for Governor in California. Is the tough guy "terminating" his political career? Syndicated talk show host Chuck Booms and Democratic strategist Margie Omero will debate the issue.
Fox and Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The Bush team approves the $30 million reward to the tipster who led troops to Uday and Qusay. Will this give others an incentive to come forward with Saddam intelligence? We'll ask FNC military analyst/retired Army Col. David Hunt.
Should the classified info on the Saudis from the Sept. 11 report be made public? Tennessee congressman Harold Ford believes so. We'll discuss this issue with him.
The judge in the Kobe Bryant (search) sexual assault case is expected to decide if the accuser's 911 tapes will be released. Will those tapes give the defense the upper hand? We'll take a look at all angles of the complicated case with Celebrity Justice correspondent and former NBA reporter Carlos Diaz. Former U.S. attorney Kendall Coffey will also weigh in on the topic.
How are our troops doing in Iraq and just how hot is it over there now? Joining us from Baghdad will be Texas congressman Tom Delay and Florida congressman Ander Crenshaw.
Capturing Saddam's sons gave a temporary lift to sagging stocks. Would finding their father be enough to rebound the current meager market? We'll find out from FNC business contributor Hilary Kramer.
And we'll have Campbell Scott, the star of the new film, The Secret Lives of Dentists!
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