Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
A U.S. military gunship and coalition tanks waged a heavy attack Tuesday on suspected insurgent positions in Fallujah (search), attacking weapon storage sites used by anti-American forces. Will this big stick approach work? We’ll ask U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis, Fox News military analyst.
Kobe Bryant’s lawyers are on the offensive, asking the judge to prevent prosecution from calling Bryant's accuser a victim during the upcoming trial. Will this help the defense? Melinda McAllister, criminal defense attorney, joins the debate.
Plus, former President Bill Clinton's memoirs are coming to a bookstore near you. Will John Kerry feel overshadowed by the upcoming media blitz? We’ll get a read on stealing someone’s thunder from Dr. Georgia Witkin, Fox News contributor.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
The fighting gets fierce in Fallujah as U.S. Marines get more aggressive with insurgents. Will an all out assault stop the spread of violence, or stir things up even more? Fox News foreign affairs analyst Ambassador Dennis Ross weighs in.
Plus, where do things stand in the besieged city? We'll talk to Iraqi National Congress spokesman, Entifadh Qanbar.
And, we’ll get a read from retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, Fox News military analyst.
Good news for the economy as jobs are on the rise. Will this help President Bush’s reelection campaign? Commerce Secretary Donald Evans joins us.
"The Bachelor" is in the middle of a controversy that has nothing to do with his TV show. We'll ask Jesse Palmer all about the New York Giants' quarterback situation.
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