Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

The Democrats are calling for a special counsel to investigate a possible administration leak. Meanwhile, the Justice Department and the FBI decide to open a full investigation. So what are the legal ramifications? We'll ask FNC senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Jacques Chirac (search) unexpectedly gave first lady Laura Bush two kisses on the hand during her visit to France. What's the best way to handle an uncomfortable moment like this? Dr. Georgia Witkin will tell us. She's a best-selling author and the director of the Stress Program at Mt. Sinai Hospital.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The Justice Department is trying to find out who is responsible for leaking a CIA operative's name. How is the intelligence community reacting to the probe? Joining us from Washington is former CIA intelligence officer Peter Brookes. He's a senior fellow for National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation.

Our next guest wants to be the next president of the United States. Presidential candidate and former governor of Vermont, Howard Dean will be here to speak with us.

First lady Laura Bush is wrapping up her five-day European tour by talking to Fox & Friends. She will join us from Moscow to chat about everything from books to Jacques Chirac.

The Justice Department investigating the leak of a CIA officer's identity. So who is responsible? How will this affect the future of U.S. intelligence? Thomas Powers will offer his insight. He's the author of Intelligence Wars.

President Bush has ordered his staff to cooperate fully with the Justice Department's criminal investigation into who might have leaked a CIA officer's identity. What does a 'full probe' really entail? David Rivkin, who has served in the Justice Department, will offer his expertise.

One week to go until the California Recall... and the pressure is mounting for the key candidates. Our next guest supports Schwarzenegger over Davis because quote "he's the one who can win." Duf Sundheim is the chairman of the California Republican Party (search) and will join us from our L.A. bureau.

Colorado police are ordered to give 911 phone records to Kobe's attorneys. Is this a major score for the defense? Here to help us answer that is FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl.

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