Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

President Bush meets with Russian leader Vladimir Putin (search). The issues to cover are quite broad and their current relations are quite chilly. Can the two men once again warm up to each other? We'll ask Harlan Ullman, national security expert and FOX News contributor.

He was the man every sports reporter wanted to hear from and his words spoke volumes. But what effect will Barry Bonds' (search) comments have on a sport, struggling to put the steroid issue behind them? We'll be joined by Ken Rosenthal, sports writer for The Sporting News, weighs in.

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

What kind of man is Russian President Putin? We'll ask former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger, who has met with Putin on four separate occasions.

Plus, the man who prosecutors say conspired to assassinate President Bush attended a Saudi government-funded high school in Virginia. We'll discuss the legitimacy of this school and others like it with Stephen Schwartz, author of "The Two Faces of Islam."

Should the University of Wisconsin at Whitewater cancel controversial professor Ward Churchill's upcoming speaking engagement? We'll ask Wisconsin State Representative Steve Nass.

Plus, can Bush and Putin see eye-to-eye over Iran's nuclear program? We'll ask retired U.S. Marine Corps. Col. Oliver North, host of "War Stories" and author of "War Stories II."

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