Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Millions of people have been sending money to help the tsunami victims. But, how can people be certain what they donate reaches those in need? We'll ask Susan Hannah, New York City director of CARE (search).

Senate confirmation hearings get underway for Attorney General-nominee Alberto Gonzales (search). But could his close relationship with President Bush and a controversial memo regarding terror interrogation methods hold him back? We'll be joined by John Pavia, Quinnipiac Law School professor and former New York prosecutor.

Plus, did the CIA's involvement in Afghanistan help fuel Islamic militancy and give rise to Usama bin Laden. We'll ask Steve Coll, author of "Ghost Wars."

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

Two months after a successful reelection, just how much momentum and influence does President Bush have on Capitol Hill? We'll ask Bill Kristol, FOX News contributor and editor of The Weekly Standard.

There are still many Americans unaccounted for in Southeast Asia. We'll examine how the search is being conducted with Maura Harty, assistant secretary of state for consular affairs.

Aid for tsunami victims is top priority for the returning Congress. We'll be joined by Sen. Sam Brownback, R-Kan., who's traveling to Southeast Asia to help with relief efforts.

Tsunami relief operations are getting a major helping hand from the U.S. military. Will this show of support help our image abroad, especially in the Muslim world? We'll ask Ambassador Jeffrey Bader, Asia expert who has worked for both the Bush and Clinton administrations.

Plus, is the best way to handle the devastation left by the tsunami to work together? Jonathan Tisch, chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels and author of "The Power of We," weighs in.

And, former Steelers star Lynn Swann shares some awesome tips about keeping your kids fit this winter.

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