Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Nuclear negotiations with North Korea continue in China. Their goal is to put an end to their nuclear program. Can it be done, and at what price? We'll be joined by retired Army Maj. Dana Dillon.
The removal of a Ten Commandments (search) monument in Alabama causes quite a stir. Still, a federal judge ruled that it had to go. How are both sides reacting to the decision? Reverend Rob Schenck, president of the National Clergy Council and Rob Boston of Americans United for Separation of Church and State (search) will join the discussion.

The California recall election just got more complicated. Conflicting polls show different candidates in the lead. Who is really ahead? Kelly Anne Conway will offer her insight. She's the president of The Polling Company (search).

Should the port authority release transcripts of emergency calls made from the twin towers on 9/11? Tara Bane thinks so. Her husband, Michael, died on 9/11 in the WTC towers.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The killing of American troops in Iraq continues. Is the cleanup of Baghdad taking a lot longer than the Bush administration first thought? Lt. Col. Oliver North will join us to discuss the matter.

We'll also be joined by Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchinson, who has just returned from a trip to Iraq and believes she knows what our troops are in need of.

Will the ongoing talks between the U.S. and North Korea end the nuclear standoff or result in an international meltdown? Dr. James Laney, a former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea, will explain what's at stake.

The insurgency inside Iraq's Sunni Triangle shows no signs of rest. Who is keeping this violence going? A new CIA report says it is the work of the Saudis. Former CIA agent Robert Baer will join us to explain further.

And... there's a new spin on home improvement shows. Garage sales and dumpsters help turn trash into cash. TV host, actor, and comedian John Di-Resta will speak about the new idea.

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