Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Sen. John Kerry is making his run for the White House official. How does he change the complexion of the race? Joining us from our DC bureau for a fair and balanced look are Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus and Democratic strategist Scott Segal.
He's been called "the next big thing" in the music business. Today you're going to hear why. We're joined by singer/songwriter Gavin Degraw, whose new album, Chariot, is in stores now.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Can the War on Terror (search) and the rise of bin Laden be traced to the failures of former President Clinton and his administration? That's the premise of Richard Miniter's new book, Losing bin Laden: How Bill Clinton's Failures Unleashed Global Terror. He will join us.
Our next guest thinks the post-war campaign in Iraq is headed in the wrong direction. But is it too late to achieve success in Iraq? We'll ask FNC military analyst Maj. Bob Bevelacqua.
It was a horrible tragedy, but what if the gruesome murder of journalist Daniel Pearl (search) had another darker story to do it? Was he murdered because he was a reporter who was on to something? The author of Who Killed Daniel Pearl?, Bernard-Henri Levy, will be here to answer that question.
Many of the big name California recall candidates will square off in a debate tonight. Why has Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) decided not to participate? California Congressman David Dreier will be here to discuss the issue.
Hearings have been scheduled to decide whether John Hinkley, Jr., who tried to assassinate former President Reagan, should be allowed to leave his psychiatric hospital for unsupervised visits. Here to tackle this topic will be attorney Paul Callan.
And… he's always hungry for a good role. We will welcome superstar actor Peter Boyle!
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