Here is what’s on tap for Wednesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
The U.S. calls the new Iraqi interim government a “terrific list of leaders.” Is Iraq well on its way to sovereignty? We’ll ask Ian Bremmer, foreign policy expert and president of the Eurasia Group.
Are security concerns putting a damper on this year's summer Olympic games in Greece? Keith Bellows, editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler, offers insight.
Plus, Amb. James Lilley, author of “China Hands” joins us with a firsthand look at the nation he grew up in and returned to as an adult first working for the CIA and then as a diplomat.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
With the naming of a new interim government, is Iraq one step closer to democracy? We’ll get insight from National Security Adviser Dr. Condoleezza Rice.
Plus, how will the positive steps in Iraq impact the presidential race here at home? Deborah Orin, Washington bureau chief for the New York Post, weighs in.
Is Iraq back on the path to peace? We’ll ask Sen. George Allen, R-Va.
Three of the alleged Al Qaeda gunmen who launched a deadly siege against Westerners in Saudi Arabia are still on the loose. What can the oil rich kingdom do to stop terror? We’ll ask Richard Murphy, former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia.
We’ll get read on the Scott Peterson double murder trial from Jeanine Pirro, district attorney for Westchester County, New York and author of “To Punish and Protect.”
President Bush's faith-based and community initiatives program has been called a bold new approach at the government's role in helping people in need. We’ll get an update on the program from its director Jim Towey.
Plus, Neil Cavuto means business. But who inspires him? He joins us to talk about his new book, “More Than Money.”
And, America loves Fantasia! The votes were tallied and a country picked its new “Idol.” We’ll be joined by the new "American Idol," Fantasia Barrino.
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