Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
A deadly truck bomb targets the U.N. compound in Baghdad, killing innocent civilians working to rebuild Iraq. So how are the Iraqi people reacting? And is there any way to push forward in the rebuilding process? Time Magazine correspondent Michael Ware was at the scene shortly after the mega blast and he will join us from Baghdad.
We ran-sacked their home two years ago for Fox & Friends' "Breakfast in Bed" and now we've brought them to New York. All the way from Escanaba, Michigan... we'll have Al and Marla Gossan!
We'll also be having out 1500th show and we're going to party. Why? Because we should! FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin will join us to discuss the importance of celebrating.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Will the U.N. headquarters bombing in Baghdad trigger other countries to join the fight to root out terrorists inside Iraq? Here to give us the military perspective will be FNC military analyst Oliver North. We'll also have FNC foreign affairs analyst Marc Ginsberg discuss the political side of the issue.
One of our favorite guests, Dr. Henry Kissinger, will also be here to celebrate our 1500th show!
Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) wants to be the next governor of California. But could this former muscle man fall victim to the Kennedy curse? Ed Klein says that Arnold should be careful. He's the author of The Kennedy Curse: Why Tragedy Has Haunted America's First Family for 150 Years.
Our soldiers are safer these days thanks to body armor and bulletproof vests. Chad Jackson was fighting with the 3rd I-D when Iraqi forces shot him earlier this year. The Point Blank Body Armor Interceptor Vest (search) saved his life. The survivor as well as Steve Susens, a spokesperson for Point Blank Body Armor will join us.
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