Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
As the nation says farewell to former President Ronald Reagan, historians are trying to figure out just how the former president will rank in the history books. Steven Hayward, author of “The Age of Reagan,” weighs in.
As America and the world prepare to say a final farewell to Reagan, how does a public funeral help the grieving process? Best-selling author and Fox News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin weighs in.
Can Iraq expect more international support now that the United Nations has given its blessing to a new resolution? We’ll ask Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the Cato Institute.
Plus, it's a simple rule for any successful athlete: Stay healthy and produce. And while pro teams have their own trainers, some stars are taking their injuries elsewhere. Ming Chew is a physical therapist who specializes in soft tissue.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
On Friday, our 40th president will receive a state funeral in all its glory. We’ll get details on the ceremony from Gahl Hodges Burt, assistant chief of protocol and social secretary in the Reagan White House.
Plus, we’ll hear from John Barletta, who was Reagan's Secret Service agent for 17 years.
And, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., shares his personal memories of the man he used to call boss.
President Bush says NATO should send in troops to help the coalition stabilize Iraq. Will the French play a long? We’ll ask former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson.
Will a diplomatic victory in the United Nations pave the way for NATO involvement in Iraq? We’ll ask Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala.
So far, Iraqi power plants have tripled their output since the invasion. We’ll meet U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Ron Johnson, the man in charge of giving more power to the Iraqi people.
And, we’ll be joined by comedian Jay Mohr, author of "Gasping for Airtime."
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