Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

'FOX & Friends First'
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

With just five days to go, will missing explosives (search) in Iraq remain at the forefront of the presidential campaign? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Morris Reid, Democratic strategist, and Jim Lake, Republican strategist.

Plus, it's called an "October surprise" — a campaign tactic devised to sway voters in the final days of the election. We'll look back at some previous last-minute election moves with Dan Roberts, history professor at the University of Richmond and host of Public Radio's "Moment in Time."

And, who can the candidates convince those voters that are still undecided? We'll ask Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author, FOX News contributor and the director of Mount Sinai's stress program.

'FOX & Friends'
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

What happened to nearly 400 tons of Iraqi high explosives? We'll get insight from Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

Does the race for the White House boil down to six swing states? We'll ask national pollster, Frank Luntz.

Once again, CBS News finds itself in the middle of a controversy involving the president — this time, it's the story of the missing explosives stockpile in Iraq. What's going on? We'll get a read from former CBS News correspondent Bernard Goldberg, author of "Arrogance: Rescuing America From the Media Elite."

How crucial is Ohio to the outcome of this year's election? We'll ask "The Buckeye Boys:" Chuck Booms, conservative radio talk show host, and Jerry Springer, host of "The Jerry Springer Show."

How does John Kerry plan to win the Sunshine State? Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., weighs in.

Is the United Nations trying to influence the outcome of our elections? We'll ask Cliff May, president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

And, we'll be joined by the star of "Andromeda," Kevin Sorbo.

About the Show

This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. HillSteve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sports and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Anything can happen and usually does!

Every day, syndicated radio host and FOX contributor Mancow joins the show with unique insights and commentary on the day's news events, bringing his own brand of offbeat and irreverent humor from his WKQX studio in Chicago.

Plus, now you can watch America's No. 1 cable news morning show seven days a week, as hosts Juliet HuddyJulian Phillips and Mike Jerrick man the morning show ship on the weekends!

There's no telling what "FOX & Friends" will be cooking up outside our Manhattan studios on 6th Avenue. So, if you are in New York, drop by — the Morning Crew loves an audience! We are located at: 1211 Avenue of the Americas, between 47th and 48th streets.

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