Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

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

The Bush administration is considering U.N. forces to help out troops in Iraq and remain under total American control. Is the U.N. role the answer in this rebuilding process? Republican strategist Pete Snyder and Democratic strategist Aubrey Lees will debate it out.

The Palestinian authority has frozen 39 bank accounts of Islamic charities that had militant ties. Will this help make a dent in curbing terror in Israel? We'll ask Rob Sobhani, a Georgetown University (search) professor.

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North Korea stuns the six nation nuke talks in China.  The country says it is ready to declare that it has an advanced nuclear program and is ready to test it. How will this alter already-strained U.S.-North Korea relations? James Lilley, a former U.S. ambassador to South Korea and China will weigh in over the issue.

The Bush administration may let U.N.-endorsed forces into Iraq to help out U.S. troops. Will these foreign soldiers help speed up or hamper the rebuilding process? Frank Gaffney, Jr. will offer his insight into the matter. He's the president of the Center for Security Policy (search).

Transcripts of frantic phone and radio calls made on 9/11 are released. Will they open new wounds or shed insight into the tragedy? We'll be joined by Bruce Blakeman, a commissioner for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and Clifford Russell, who lost his firefighter brother in the WTC collapse.

Is the task of cracking down on Iraqi resistance tougher than the Bush administration first thought? Congressman Kevin Brady will be here to explain.

Harrison Ford (search) is the latest Hollywood star slamming President Bush. While in Spain, the actor took swipes regarding U.S. policy in Iraq and on guns. New York Post columnist and film critic, Jonathan Foreman, will join us to look at the trend of celebrities taking anti-American stances.

If your Labor Day plans have you living life on the highway, the rapid rising cost of gas may cut your trip short. Why are prices so high at the pumps? Jonathan Hoening has the answer. He's the portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Management.

Defectors from Iraq told tales of weapons stashed all over the country. But after months of searching, intelligence officials now believe these defectors may have duped them. CIA analyst Marvin Ott will add more to the story.

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