Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

He wrote a memo about the progress being made in the war on terror, and the news wasn't great. Should Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld be criticized for his concerns? We’ll ask Doug Bandow, senior fellow at The Cato Institute (search).

Ever wondered what it’s like to walk on the moon, go over Niagara Falls (search), or be stuck in a tornado? A.J. Jacobs, author of What It Feels Like will tell all.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

U.S. forces in Iraq are making security strides as they foil a car-bombing plot. Here to talk about the progress in Iraq is FNC military analyst Lt. Col. Bill Cowan.

President Bush returns from a tour overseas. How did the trip go and what problems does he have to deal with here at home? Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas will offer his insight.

Donald Rumsfeld's internal war on terror memo is making waves in Washington. One of the USA Today reporters who first broke the story, Tom Squitieri will join us from Washington.

Presidential candidates Dick Gephardt and Howard Dean remain very close in a new Iowa poll. The two will be a part of Sunday's Democratic presidential debate. Missouri Congressman Dick Gephardt will be here to join us.

Plus we’ll be joined by TV's sweetest judge, Judge Glenda Hatchett and the star of Scary Movie 3, Anna Faris!

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