Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is delaying the vote on United Nations ambassador nominee John Bolton (search) until next week. Will this help or hurt his nomination chances? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Rich Galen and Doug Schoen.

The mother of Michael Jackson's accuser returns to the witness stand. Did she help the prosecution's case? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney Courtney Anderson.

Plus, latest statistics show more than 150 children have lost a Marine parent fighting in the War on Terror. Master Gunnery Sergeant James Carr and Captain Kevin Ainsworth join us to explain how you can help the kids left behind.

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

Is a presidential run in Hillary Clinton's future? And could she face far-left competition from California Senator Barbara Boxer? We'll go inside the Beltway with Deborah Orin, Washington bureau chief for The New York Post.

In case you forgot, Friday is tax day. If you're a little behind, help is on the way from Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com.

Plus, Treasury Secretary John Snow has tax day tips.

Should it be legal to shoot stray cats? Controversy over the issue has claws coming out in Wisconsin. We'll get insight from Burt Bushke, wildlife project coordinator for Wings Over Wisconsin, and Ted O'Donnell, spokesman for Don't Shoot the Cat Campaign.

Some big indictments are handed down in the Oil-for-Food scandal. But is the bigger story yet to come? We'll get the scoop from Jonathan Hunt, FOX News correspondent.

To keep the homeland secure, do we need new legislation for the creation of a comprehensive homeland security strategy? We'll ask Rep. Harold Ford, Jr., D-Tenn.

We'll get a preview of this week's edition of "FOX News Sunday" with Chris Wallace.

Plus, we'll be joined by soccer superstar Mia Hamm.

And, real-life royal, Catherine Oxenberg and her husband, Hollywood actor, Casper Van Dien, preview the new reality TV show, "I Married a Princess."

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