Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Will the Syrian troop withdrawal from Lebanon create a power vacuum that will be sucked up by more dangerous groups like Hamas and Hezbollah? We'll get insight from Mark Brzezinski, former member of the National Security Council staff under President Clinton.

How difficult will house arrest really be for Martha Stewart? David Oblon, criminal defense attorney, weighs in.

Plus, Dennis Rader, the man charged with the BTK (search) killings, is speaking out from behind bars and Time magazine's Jeff Chu has the scoop.

And, while President Bush is barnstorming for Social Security (search) reform, meet a fourth grader who's also out stumping his support for proposal.

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

Will Damascus really relinquish their power to the Lebanese government, or is the withdrawal of troops just a symbolic gesture to appease the international community? We'll ask Amb. Dennis Ross, author of "The Missing Peace," and former Middle East envoy.

Martha Stewart adds a new accessory to her personal collection: an electronic anklet that monitors all her moves. Will it hinder the domestic diva's personal style? We'll ask Bridget Harrison, reporter for The New York Post.

Plus, are most people simply too "lazy" to triple their income? We'll be joined by Ben Stein, author of "Yes, You Can Be a Successful Investor."

And, Scott Peterson's half sister originally defended Scott saying he was 100 percent innocent. What changed her mind? Find out when we're joined by Anne Bird, author of "Blood Brother," and her attorney Gloria Allred.

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