Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The White House (search) calls the indictment of three men believed to be involved in a conspiracy to blow up an American financial institution as, "an significant step in the War on Terror." We'll examine the impact of the arrests with Wayne Simmons, former CIA operative.

The mother of Michael Jackson's accuser takes the stand outside the jury's presence and invokes her Fifth Amendment right from the get go. But was her silence golden? We'll get the legal lowdown from Kendall Coffey, former U.S. attorney.

Plus, Jackie O. survived a stormy personal life in the public eye with style and grace. We'll examine the life of the former first lady with Vicky Moon, author of "The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider."

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

Does confessed bomber Eric Rudolph (search) deserve the death sentence? We'll ask Emily Lyons, who was blinded in her left eye when the Birmingham abortion clinic she worked at was bombed in 1998 by Rudolph.

The mother of Michael Jackson's accuser takes the stand and pleads the Fifth. Will her past come back to haunt her? Peter Johnson, Jr., FOX News legal analyst, weighs in.

Douglass Lodmell, author of "The Lawsuit Lottery," explains why you should be outraged at America's dysfunctional legal system.

Why are Republican lawmakers in Arizona pushing a bill to give police the ability to arrest and deport illegal immigrants in the state? We'll ask Arizona State Representative Russell Pearce.

Plus, major world events took a backseat this week to some real earth-shattering news: Britney Spears is pregnant! We'll get reaction from Tom O'Neil, senior editor "In Touch Weekly."

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