Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
The U.S. military is tightening its grip on the rebel cleric al-Sadr (search) and his armed followers. But is armed action the best strategy to end the standoff in Fallujah? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillion, senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, meet a 16-year-old who's gone from singing in the street with her family to crooning for President Bush, Hayley Westerna.
And, it's not easy for the president when he's grilled by the press. But there are ways to face the fire and still appear calm and collected. We’ll go over those strategies with Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author, director of Mt. Sinai's Stress Program and a Fox News contributor.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
CIA director George Tenet (search) says his intelligence agency is still five years away from terror readiness. Why the delay? Herb Meyer, special assistant to the director of Central Intelligence under President Reagan, joins the debate.
Has the 9/11 Commission devolved into partisan bickering? We’ll get a read from Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity.
The Internal Revenue Service is one of America's mightiest and most feared institutions. Ever wonder what really goes on behind their closed doors? We’ll get some insight from Richard Yancey, author of "Confessions of a Tax Collector."
And, we’ll be joined by Treasury Secretary John Snow.
Did the White House press corps give President Bush a fair grilling, or were they just hunting for headlines? We’ll ask Bernard Goldberg, author of “Arrogance: Rescuing America From the Media Elite."
What does Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry mean when he says there’s a “smarter way” to handle Iraq? We’ll ask Kerry supporter Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn.
On Wednesday, Major League Baseball took time out to honor one of the pioneers of the game: Jackie Robinson. We’ll be joined by his daughter Sharon Robinson.
Plus, meet the hero of the new movie, “The Punisher,” Thomas Jane.
And, we’ll be joined by David Duchovny, star of the new movie “Connie and Carla.”
E.D. is back on Monday, April 19!
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