Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

Donald Rumsfeld's message to our troops in Iraq was loud and clear. How crucial was it for the defense secretary to show his support to our soldiers still fighting to keep the peace? We’ll ask retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato.

Living in the age of speed has made most of us stressed out. Are we trying to cram too much into our daily lives that push us to the breaking point? Carl Honore, author of “In Praise of Slowness,” weighs in.

Plus, meet Carole Turso, CEO of That’sMyLife Company; Betty Mohlenbrock, founder of the Family Literacy Foundation, and Alice Wax, president of the Armed Forces Children Education Foundation, explain how they are helping soldiers connect with their families back home.

'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)

The defense secretary is heading back to the states after his surprise visit to Iraq. What was the purpose of his trip what did it accomplish? Bill Kristol, Fox News political analyst and editor of “The Weekly Standard,” joins the debate.

Do the abuses at Abu Ghraib shine light onto the gray world of prison interrogation? We’ll get insight from former CIA covert operations officer, Mike Baker.

And was Rumsfeld's visit to Iraq exactly what our troops needed to lift morale? We’ll ask Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence Committees.

The campaign playing field for President Bush and Democratic rival Sen. John Kerry is growing bigger. With so many swing states in the foreground will we ever see a strong frontrunner? Dr. Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia, weighs in.

Gas prices hit an all-time high. Will they continue to soar? We’ll ask Jonathan Hoenig of Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

We’ll get a preview of this week’s edition of “FOX News Sunday” from host Chris Wallace.

We’ll be joined by Jennie Finch, Laura Berg, Lori Hannigan and Stacey Nuveman, some of the softball stars that will be representing the U.S. in the 2004 Olympic games in Athens.

Plus, what happens when you eat nothing but McDonald’s for 30 straight days? We’ll ask Morgan Spurlock, director of “Supersize Me.”

About the Show

This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sports and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Anything can happen and usually does!

Every day, syndicated radio host and FOX contributor Mancow joins the show with unique insights and commentary on the day's news events, bringing his own brand of offbeat and irreverent humor from his WKQX studio in Chicago.

Plus, now you can watch America's No. 1 cable news morning show seven days a week, as hosts Juliet Huddy, Julian Phillips and Mike Jerrick man the morning show ship on the weekends!

There's no telling what FOX & Friends will be cooking up outside our Manhattan studios on 6th Avenue. So, if you are in New York, drop by — the Morning Crew loves an audience! We are located at: 1211 Avenue of the Americas, between 47th and 48th streets.

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