Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

The only person indicted in the U.S. in connection with the Sept. 11 attacks, plans to plead guilty to charges that could bring him the death penalty. Former federal prosecutor Tim Susanin weighs in.

Concerns around the United Nation's involvement in the Oil-for-Food (search) scandal continue, after two investigators resign over what they called a "soft" investigation. We'll get reaction from Nile Gardiner, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

We've all been told it's good to be in touch with our feelings. But is emotional correctness making it harder for us to cope with life's challenges? Christina Hoff Sommers and Dr. Sally Satel, authors of "One Nation Under Therapy," join the debate.

And, for eight years no Western journalist has had access to Iran's president ... until now. GQ's Hooman Majd conducted an interview with Mohammad Khatami.

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

Zacarias Moussaoui (search) is expected to plead guilty Friday to his role in the 911 hijacking. Brenda Keene, admissions director for the Airman Flight School, shares her personal dealings with the "20th Hijacker."

Plus, we'll get reaction from Randall Hamud, attorney for Moussaoui's mother.

Two top investigators in the Oil-for-Food program have quit. Why do they think Kofi Annan is getting off to easy when it comes to his guilt in the ongoing scandal? We'll ask Jed Babbin, author of "Inside the Asylum."

America's frustration with the French hit an all time high during the Iraq war. But Richard Chesnoff, author of "The Arrogance of the French," explains why the love-hate relationship with France goes back centuries.

The stock market has had its share of disappointments this year. Will Wall Street rebound? We'll ask Gary Kaltbaum, president of Gary Kaltbaum and Associates and a regular on "The Cost of Freedom" business block.

Plus, why do Hollywood stars and powerful CEOs get ahead and you don't? Paula Froelich, New York Post Page Six reporter and author of "It!" explains.

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