Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
All nine Democrats seeking their party's nomination for president took the stage last night in Maryland. Was it a good night for the Democratic Party? Democratic strategist Cliff Shechter and Republican strategist Kim Alfano will weigh in.
Nearly seven hundred Cantor Fitzgerald (search) employees died in the attacks on the World Trade Center. How have families and surviving employees coped with this devastating loss? Tom Barash, author of On Top of the World: Cantor Fitzgerald, Howard Lutnick and 9/11 will be here to comment on the issue.
On 9/11, Glen Winuk raced to the twin towers after the planes hit to save lives. He ended up losing his own. His brother Jay Winuk will join us.
Where were you when the terrorists struck on 9/11? There are tons of stories and eyewitness accounts from the day that changed America. Janette Reynolds will share some of them with us. She's the author of Where Were You on 9/11?
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
It's been almost two years since the attacks on 9/11. What are the most important lessons we've learned from those terror strikes? Georgia Sen. Saxby Chambliss will join us to offer his insight.
On 9/11, Jeremy Glick was aboard United Airlines flight 93 (search) that went down over Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Jeremy's father Lloyd Glick will be here to discuss his son's legacy.
Israel's Ambassador Dan Gillerman will also join us!
On 9/11, they lost their fathers in the attacks. And as they tried to cope with their loss, Peter Milano and Brad Smith turned to music for hope. They're two of four teen producers of Voices of Inspiration (search), a docu-concert that shows how music can heal even the deepest wounds, and they will join us.
Plus, we'll have Connecticut Sen. Joseph Lieberman speak with us about the upcoming election from our Washington bureau!
Kofi Annan (search) says the U.N. is ready to play a major role in Iraq. Can he convince the holdout members of the Security Council who have veto power, to back the new U.S.-sponsored resolution? Ambassador Robert Hunter will offer his insight into the matter.
And we'll have baseball superstar Roger Clemens with us to give the latest baseball scoop to troops serving over in Baghdad!
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