Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

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

He's believed to be the man behind the beheading of American Nick Berg (searchand other terror attacks in Iraq. Now there's word that Al Zarqawi may be operating out of Fallujah. Is this our chance to get him? We’ll ask former CIA operative Wayne Simmons.

Plus, looking to avoid the malls this Fathers' Day? Diana Murphy, vice president of 1-800-Fowers, explains how the answer is just a click away.

And, we’ll get a preview of this year’s U.S. Open with Ken Venturi, former pro golfer and author of “Getting Up and Down.”

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

A confidential document in the Michael Jackson case could cause trouble and more heat in the courtroom for Scott Peterson. We’ll analyze the latest with David Schwartz, criminal defense attorney.

Time is running out for American Paul Johnson Jr., who's being held hostage in Saudi Arabia. Can anything be done to bring him to safety? Retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, Fox News military analyst, weighs in.

When the coalition first set up shop Iraq's schools were a shamble. But thanks to some foreign investment, teacher training and a lick of new paint the country's classrooms are open for business again. We’ll be joined by the man who helped make all this happen, Dr. Ala'din Alwan, former Iraqi education minister.

We’ll also be joined by Iraqi Fulbright scholar Barakat Jassem.

Could U.S. fighter jets have stopped the hijacked planes on Sept. 11? We’ll ask retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, Fox News military analyst.

Plus, we’ll review surprising testimony from the 9/11 Commission hearings with Tim Roemer, member of the 9/11 Commission.

Should Sen. John Kerry quit the Senate because he's already missed a majority of roll-call votes this year? We’ll ask Massachusetts’ Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey.

Plus, they're classically trained musicians with rock star looks. Their new album is called "Classified". Bond joins us in the studio!

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