Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The Iraqi parliament picks a Kurdish (search) leader as the country's new interim president. Is this a big turning point for the future of Iraq and the Arab world? We'll ask Mouafac Harb, news director for the Al Hurra TV news network.

Pope John Paul II (search) clocked more miles than any other pope as he reached out to his followers. Carl Anderson, supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, examines how he did it.

Sandy Berger pleads guilty to removing classified documents from the National Archives and destroying them. So why is the former Clinton adviser not doing any time for the crime? We'll get the legal lowdown from David Oblon, criminal defense attorney.

Plus, if you're a parent, you know how tough raising your kids can be. But for Roland Warren, head of the National Fatherhood Initiative, and Pat Williams, Orlando Magic senior vice president, that job became their passion.

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

We'll examine the significance of the inauguration of Iraq's new interim president with FOX News contributor Dan Senor, former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority.

President Bush and many other world leaders will attend the pope's funeral on Friday. How will they be protected? We’ll ask Joseph Petro, former Secret Service agent who was in charge of security for the pope's famous 1987 visit to the United States.

It's been a rocky road to the altar for Prince Charles (search) and Camilla Parker Bowles. But, come Saturday, the pair will finally tie the knot. We'll get a preview of the impending royal wedding with Bob Houston, editor and publisher of Royalty magazine.

Plus, we'll get insight from Rome from Bill Sammon, FOX News political analyst and senior correspondent for The Washington Times.

And, why are hundreds volunteering their time to stop illegal immigrants from getting into this country? We'll ask Chris Simcox, director of the Minutemen Project.

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