Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The Democratic presidential caucus (search) in Iowa is set for January, but Joe Lieberman and Wesley Clark are sitting this race out? Will this help or hurt their chances with voters? Joining us from D.C. will be Democratic strategist Cliff Schecter and Republican strategist Chris Ingram to debate it out.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Iran, apparently bowing to international demands, saying it will allow spot checks of its nuclear sites. Will this move convince the international community that it's not building nuclear weapons? We’ll ask former ambassador to Hungary and author of Breaking the Real Axis of Evil, Mark Palmer.
Is the judge in the sniper case making a mistake by allowing John Allen Muhammad (search) to represent himself in court? Criminal defense attorney John Zwerling will offer his insight.
No one knows more about coming up big at the World Series than our next guest. Reggie Jackson is legendary for hitting four homers in a row for the Yankees in the 1977 World Series. He’ll join us.
The Bush administration wants 87 billion dollars to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan. Should Washington loan part of the money or give it outright to the struggling nations? Tennessee representative Harold Ford will be here to answer that question.
A 20-year-old college student is charged with sneaking box cutters onto commercial jets. Was it a fluke or are there holes in airline security that need to be plugged? Mark Hatfield, spokesman for the Transportation Security Administration (search), will be here to discuss the matter.
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