Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

A federal appeals court once again denies a request from Terri Schiavo's parents for a new hearing on whether to reinsert their daughter's feeding tube. How was this decision reached? We'll ask constitutional attorney, David Oblon.

Then, how do you care for patients going into severe dehydration and kidney shutdown? Dr. Marc Siegel, an internist and associate professor of medicine at NYU's School of Medicine, responds.

And, more than 40 protesters have been arrested in support of Terri Schiavo (search) since her feeding was removed nearly two weeks ago. So, how helpful are their actions? We'll get the inside lowdown from Dave Vogel, the first protester arrested for trying to make contact with Terri Schiavo.

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

Only a handful of people are allowed to visit Terri Schiavo. Father Frank Pavone, director of Priests For Life, is one of them and joins us from Pinellas Park, Florida with an update.

Plus, Reverend Jesse Jackson (search) continues to try to sway members of the Florida Senate to reverse their vote on the Terri Schiavo case. So, are they listening? We'll ask Senator Tom Lee, R-Fla.

And, Reverend Patrick Mahoney believes that Schiavo protestors "are Terri's voice and right now Terri is fighting for her life." He'll join us from Washington, D.C.

Then, a new report from the White House intelligence panel is expected to be unveiled Thursday. Will anything new be brought to light about our intelligence agencies? Peter Brookes, former CIA operations officer and New York Post columnist, weighs in.

The ACLU (search) is about to launch a new plan that would send thousands of Americans to the Mexican border to help control the illegal immigration problem. But will this really help the problem? We'll ask Michelle Malkin, syndicated columnist and FOX News contributor.

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