Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The Kerry camp is denying any involvement with the release of CBS News' (search) discredited documents. But the White House says lots of questions remain. Will the CBS appointed investigative panel get to the bottom of the mess? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Sascha Burns, Democratic strategist, and Steve Malzberg, columnist for Newsmax.com.

Iraq's interim prime minister makes it clear, there will be no negotiating between his government and the terrorists who beheaded two Americans. But are hostage situations only part of the big picture in Iraq? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James Carafano, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

If you want to lose a few pounds, Dr. Nick Yphantides, author of "My Big Fat Greek Diet," has the plan to do it. After all, he did lose 267 pounds himself.

And, they defied all the odds and became successful NFL players at the same time. We'll talk football with twins Tiki and Ronde Barber.

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

Facing mounting public pressure, CBS appoints a panel to investigate why the memo story about President Bush turned into a memo mess. We'll ask Mort Kondracke, co-host of "The Beltway Boys."

Plus, should CBS keep pursuing the story that President Bush may have received favorable treatment while in the National Guard? We'll ask Michael Wolff, columnist at Vanity Fair.

And, CBS producer Mary Mapes is taking her turn in the hot seat for the network's memo mess. What do we know about her? John Carlson worked with Mapes for about four years at KIRO in Seattle and joins us with his reflections.

The situation in Iraq is a major sticking point in this year's presidential race. Can President Bush convince voters he has things under control, or will John Kerry's criticisms resonate with Americans? We'll ask Sen. George Allen, R-Va., member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Safe at home? Just how secure are our nation's borders? We'll get insight from Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo.

Oops she did it again. Or did she? Britney Spears' first marriage lasted 55 hours and now a new report says her second wedding last weekend didn't happen at all! Caroline Schaefer, senior editor of Us Weekly, says her magazine has the documents to prove it.

Plus, George Ross may feel good about being an executive vice-president and senior counsel at the Trump Organization, but it's his new gig as Apprentice judge that made him famous!

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