Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Eagle County, Colorado is in the spotlight today as Kobe Bryant (search) makes his first appearance in court. What does the defense team need to do to win this legal fight? We'll talk strategy with celebrity criminal defense attorney Harvey Slovis.
Airport security experts say terrorists could use cameras, CD players and cell phones to hide explosives and weapons on airplanes. What can be done to stop these terror tricksters in their tracks? Former FAA security director Billie Vincent will let us know.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
U.S. troops are centering their raids around the city of Tikrit. But is Saddam's hometown a likely choice for him to seek refuge? Andy Messing, retired Maj. from the U.S. Army's Special Forces will weigh in on the issue.
All eyes are on Colorado today. As Kobe Bryant heads to court, his professional playing career is just as uncertain as the outcome of his court case. Mike Wise, sports reporter with the New York Times will offer his insight.
The FBI questioned a Saudi man suspected of helping two of the 9/11 hijackers. The man, Omar al-Bayoumi says he did nothing wrong. The Sept. 11 congressional report claims there is more to his story. What does the Saudi government think? Saudi embassy spokesman Nail Al-Jubier will join us to answer this question.
FOX Sports Net's legal analyst Rob Becker will join us outside the Eagle County (search) Justice Building in Colorado to talk about Kobe Bryant's first courtroom appearance today.
Was Kobe Bryant's wife's loyalty bought with a $4-million ring or did she choose to stand by her man? FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin will discuss the matter with us.
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