Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:

‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)

Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., takes center stage at the Democratic National Convention (search). Did he pull out all the stops? We’ll get a balanced debate from FOX News contributor Angela McGlowan and Democratic strategist Robert Zimmerman.

Mark Hacking decides to hire a lawyer as the search continues for his missing wife Lori. Smart move? We’ll ask criminal defense attorney David Schwartz.

Plus, Internet Weblogs have pioneered a new outlet for voters to get political news online in this year's presidential election. There are 35 bloggers at this week's convention and we’ll talk to one of them, Dave Winer of scipting.com.

And, did one of the world's greatest actors almost choose a very different career thanks to The Beatles? Sir Ben Kingsley explains.

‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)

Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., gives us his take on the Democratic power players taking the stage at this week's convention.

Will Teresa Heinz Kerry's speech help, or hurt her husband’s run for the White House? We’ll get reaction from Mary Matalin, senior adviser to the Bush-Cheney 2004 presidential campaign.

Police have completed their search of Lori and Mark Hacking's apartment. Did they uncover any leads to help locate the missing jogger? We’ll ask forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht.

How are Hollywood A-Listers teaming up with politicians at the Democratic convention? We’ll get the latest on all the hot happenings from Boston Globe columnist, Carol Beggy.

Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., was once in the running for the Democratic nomination now reacts to night two of the convention.

Ilana Wexler, founder of Kids for Kerry, addressed thousands of delegates at the Democratic National Convention. And by the way, she's only thirteen!

Her new fairytale movie is just a small part of her fairytale life: Hilary Duff drops by with her sister, Haylie.

Plus, how does a fake news show cover a real news event? “Daily Show” correspondent Rob Corddry explains.

And, they are spunky, sexy and proud to represent the New England! We’ll be joined by the New England Patriots cheerleaders.

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