Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

Could Lebanon's move toward democracy cause a sea of political change "for the better" in the entire Mideast? We'll ask nationally syndicated columnist, Joel Mowbray.

The prosecution called their first witness in the Michael Jackson case: journalist Martin Bashir (search). How important is his testimony? We'll get the legal lowdown from Samuel Goldberg, criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor.

Jamie Foxx thanked his granny for putting him on the path to Oscar success by way of a good whupping. But does a "firm hand" really result in fame and fortune? We'll get insight from Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News analyst and author of "Kid-Stress."

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

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (search) has offered to help Lebanon hold free and fair elections. But will Syria let them take the democratic leap? We'll ask Jeff Morley, staff writer for Washingtonpost.com.

BTK suspect Dennis Rader is charged with 10 counts of murder. How strong is the government's case? We'll get a read from KAKE TV anchor Larry Hatteberg, who has been following the case since 1974 when the first murder happened.

The latest news on the terror front indicates Usama bin Laden is enlisting al-Zarqawi to plot attacks on the United States. How seriously should we be taking this terror tag team? Richard Miniter, author of "Losing bin Laden," weighs in.

Plus, according to published reports, Kobe Bryant and his accuser agree to settle the civil case against the basketball player. Does this mean Bryant's is agreeing that he's done something wrong? We'll ask Lis Wiehl, FOX News legal analyst.

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