Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Donald Rumsfeld (search) is being attacked for his handling of the war in Iraq. But President Bush is standing by his man. Will it be enough to give the defense secretary four more years? Join the fair and balanced debate with Republican strategist Cheri Jacobus and Democratic strategist Chris Lapetina.
Michael Jackson's (search) defense team lost its bid to have his trial delayed. How will this affect future strategy? We ask criminal defense attorney David Oblon.
The holidays mean spending time with relatives. But that can sometimes cause stress. Dr. Gary Smalley, author of "The DNA of Relationships" and co-founder of the Smalley Relationship Center, has tips for making this time of year more manageable.
Is Afghanistan becoming a safer and more stable region? Dr. Scott Harrison, who has worked with coalition forces to bring relief to Afghanistan, weighs in.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
What are the major to-do's for the president as he prepares to kick off his next four years? We get the lowdown from Bill Sammon, The Washington Times senior white house correspondent and FOX News contributor.
With the Iraq elections just about a month away, does the attack on a U.S. military base near Mosul fit an emerging pattern of increased violence? Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., who serves on the Armed Services Committee, weighs in.
Meet the newly crowned "Apprentice" and Donald Trump's newest employee, Kelly Perdew.
The fallout from the Jayson Blair (search) scandal rocked the New York Times to its core. But did the Grey Lady's troubles create a more savvy news consumer? We ask Seth Mnookin, author of "Hard News: The Scandals at the New York Times And Their Meaning for American Media."
Playing the role of a homeless man made a profound effect on actor Ernie Hudson. He joins us to tell us about his efforts to shed light on the plight of the homeless.
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