Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

How do coalition forces handle fighting on sacred ground? We discuss all things Iraq with Robert Maginnis, a retired Army officer.

What was the strategy behind Ralph Nader's (searchsit-down with John Kerry? FNC political analyst Dick Morris, author of "Rewriting History," knows.

Do you feel like work is taking over your life? Cali Williams Yost, author of " Work + Life: Finding the Fit That's Right for You," says there's a way to find more personal time.

It's a chance of a lifetime. A group of Afghan women are studying at American universities at no cost. Organizing the program is Paula Nirschel, founder of the Initiative to Educate Afghan Women (search).

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

There are two sides to every story. You've seen FOX News Channel coverage, but now a new movie goes inside the controversial Arab news network, Al Jazeera (search). We talk to filmmaker Jehane Noujaim and Al Jazeera senior producer Samir Khader.

Sept. 11 wasn't the first time Al Qaeda launched an attack against the United States. So why wasn't the terror group stopped beforehand? Who's to blame? David Bossie, author of "Intelligence Failure: How Clinton's National Security Policy Set the Stage for 9/11," gives us his take.

Actress Rachael Leigh Cook is in one of her toughest roles yet playing the part of a schizophrenic.

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