Guests and Topics for Sept. 4

Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Does Kobe Bryant's legal team have a right to see his accuser's private medical records? FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano will put the latest twists in the sexual assault case in perspective.

There are a whopping 135 candidates battling to replace Gray Davis (search) as governor of California. Why are so many running in this race? Here to break it down will be FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Yesterday, the U.S. began a push for a United Nations (search) security role in Iraq. Colin Powell helped lead the way. How much of a sticky situation is this becoming? Rich Lowry, an FNC contributor, will explain.

Could 9/11 have been prevented? That's the question that many Americans have been asking for almost two years now. Investigative journalist Gerald Posner believes so. He'll join us.

Oklahoma puts more inmates to death than any other state. Studies show that support for capital punishment has declined. Former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman will be here to discuss the Oklahoma system.

How will the new Iraq U.N. resolution help broaden the international scope of peacekeeping efforts in the country? We'll ask former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich.

Although he sat out last night's debate, Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) is not out of the running. We'll be joined by The Terminator's pal, Dana Rohrabacher.

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