Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

The 109th Congress returns to work with an ambitious agenda. Can both sides put politics aside to get the job done? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Leslie Sanchez, Republican strategist, and Julian Epstein, Democratic strategist.

Terror attacks continue in Iraq — one killing the governor of Baghdad (search). Some in the Iraqi interim government are raising the possibility of postponing the January elections due to the bloodshed. But is a delay a good idea? We'll ask former deputy assistant Secretary of the Army, Van Hipp.

Want to make your new year's resolution of losing weight a reality? Mackie Shilstone, author of "The Fat Burning Bible," thinks he can help you shed more than 10 pounds in less than a month.

Plus, Dr. Georgia Witkin explains how to confront the loss of life and begin the healing process.

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

There are unconfirmed reports that children orphaned by the tsunami have been kidnapped by pedophiles or slave traffickers. Who's going to protect these children? We'll ask Save the Children's Mike Kiernan.

Some big name celebrities are opening up their wallets to help with tsunami relief efforts in Asia. Caroline Schaefer, senior editor of Us Weekly magazine, drops by to tell us who's giving and how much.

Plus, we'll hear an incredible story of survival from tsunami victim, Wilson Kimball.

Members of the House and Senate have returned to Capitol Hill. We'll get a preview of the major issues they are facing with Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.

Plus, liberals from Washington to Hollywood claim they know what's best for America. So why does Mona Charen, author of "Do-Gooders," disagree?

And, he's one of the funniest guys to come from Comedy Central's "The Daily Show with John Stewart." Now, Mo Rocca joins us to talk about his latest project, "All the President's Pets."

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