Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The International Red Cross (search) believes the death toll from the tsunami in Southeast Asia could surpass 100,000. Why did so many die and what can be done to warn people of another tsunami strike? We'll ask Dr. Robert Dalrymple, president of the Association of Coastal Engineers.

President Bush says Usama bin Laden's recent call to boycott the Iraqi elections is reason enough to push ahead with the vote on January 30. But will Iraqis heed the call and show up at the polls? We'll ask Doug Bandow, senior fellow at the CATO Institute.

And, want to be the leader of the pack in 2005? Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch, former U.S. Marine captains and co-founders of Lead Star, show us how women can get ahead by tapping into leadership skills taught by the military.

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

We'll get an update on relief efforts in Indonesia from Kristio Wahyono, consul general of Indonesia.

Is there widespread corruption on Capitol Hill that no one is talking about? We'll ask Jonathan Turley, George Washington University law professor.

From border breakdowns to marshal meltdowns, syndicated columnist and FOX News contributor Michelle Malkin explains why 2004 was an interesting year for the Homeland Security Department.

Plus, what are some great foods to cook for your New Year's party? We'll ask Sal Scognamillo, executive chef and co-owner of Patsy's restaurant.

And, do you know what you are wearing on New Year's Eve? Fashion designer Carmen Marc Valvo has some suggestions!

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