Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

President Bush is demanding that Syria get its troops out of Lebanon (search). Is Damascus listening? We'll ask Roman Kulchitsky, acting chair of the American University of Beirut's Department of Political Studies and Public Administration.

How did a trail of evidence lead to the arrest of a suspect in the BTK case? We'll get insight from Dr. Michael Baden, forensic pathologist and FOX News contributor.

And, a monumental debate in our nation's capital as the Supreme Court hears arguments over the controversial display of the Ten Commandments on government property. We'll take you inside the courtroom with Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott.

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

Did a terror suspect in last year's Madrid train bombing plan to do the same in New York City? We'll ask New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.

If convicted, is life in prison the only sentence we'll see for BTK (search) suspect Dennis Rader? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney, Geoffrey Fieger.

Plus, we'll get reaction from former Wichita Police Chief Richard Lamunyon.

There may not be cameras in the courtroom at the Michael Jackson trial, but that's no problem for E! Entertainment Television, which has decided to re-enact the courtroom scenes. Good idea? Joanna Weiss, reporter for The Boston Globe, weighs in.

President Bush is increasing pressure on Syria to get out of Lebanon. Will the troops leave? We'll ask Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.

Plus, is a democracy domino effect taking shape in the Middle East? Sen. Joseph Leiberman, D-Conn., weighs in.

And, Martha Stewart is getting out of jail. Did the domestic diva get a makeover in prison, or is her image still tarnished? We'll ask Fraser Seitel, author of "The Practice of Public Relations."

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