Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Homeland security (searchofficials have said there will be no change to the threat level until there is a "substantial increase in specific threat reporting." What do we know and what is being done to keep us safe? We’ll ask former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

How do the rich and famous eat well and look fantastic? We’ll ask Dr. Fred Pescatore, author of “The Hamptons Diet.”

Plus, does it take more than just a great voice to win a contest like “American Idol”? We’ll ask Fox News contributor and best-selling author, Dr. Georgia Witkin.

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

The feds are concerned that Al Qaeda is in the final planning stages of a large-scale attack on U.S. soil this summer. What's behind these concerns? We’ll get a read from international terrorism expert Evan Kohlmann, author of “Al Qaida’s Jihad in Europe.”

The threat of terrorist activity this summer is very real and Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, joins us to discuss the government’s warnings.

The U.S. and Britain put forth a U.N. draft resolution on Iraq, but some key Security Council members aren't ready to sign off just yet. What will it take to assure passage? We’ll ask Amb. Marc Ginsberg, Fox News foreign affairs analyst.

Terry Nichols (searchis found guilty in the state murder trial of the Oklahoma City Bombing. We’ll get reaction from former Oklahoma Gov. Frank Keating.

Several Iraqi businessmen had their hands cut off by Saddam's henchmen. Their crime: Doing business in foreign currency. Now, a documentarian is giving them a fresh start with U.S. help. We’ll hear their story from Don North, producer of "Remembering Saddam;" plastic surgeon Dr. Joseph Agris, and Basim al Fadhley, an Iraqi whose hand was removed.

Reports suggest that Al Qaeda may have 18,000 reservists ready to attack the U.S. hard. We’ll get details from that strategic survey from Terence Taylor, president of the International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Plus, meet Sgt. Herman Haynes and his German Shepard Frenke.

And, the “2004 Congressional Pig Book” exposes the expensive and odd projects that Capitol Hill is okaying. Tom Schatz, president of Citizens Against Government Waste, has the details.

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