Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

What will the passage of the intelligence reform bill mean for the Pentagon and the intelligence community as a whole? We'll get a read from Fred Gedrich, former State and Defense Department official.

Closing arguments are expected in the penalty phase of Scott Peterson's trial. How will the jury react to the defense team's final plea to spare Scott's life? We'll ask criminal defense attorney Drew Findling.

Want to run for president? Thomas Williams, creator of Liberalopoly, offers you a ride through the twists and turns of getting into office.

Plus, wondering what to get the sports fitness lover in your life for the holidays? Gear guru Patrick Netter has some great gift ideas.

And, 'tis the season for holiday parties in the workplace. We'll get the party do's and don'ts from Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor.

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

After pressure from the president and a compromise among lawmakers, it looks like the intelligence bill will finally make it to the House floor for a vote. What solidified support for the bill? We'll ask Rep. Dan Burton, R-Ind., member of the House International Relations Committee.

Do President Bush's recent cabinet changes clue us into the mindset of the commander-in-chief? We'll be joined by John Podhoretz, FOX News contributor and columnist for the New York Post.

Will the Baseball Players Union get on board with the owners over steroids testing, or does congress still need to get involved? We'll ask Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Ky., member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Will a plea from Scott Peterson's mother save her son's life? We'll get the legal lowdown from Bob Massi, FOX News legal analyst.

And, her career spans four decades and nearly 60 charted hits. Dionne Warwick joins us to preview her latest release, "My Favorite Time of Year."

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