Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

They are the rare treasures of America's past and Seth Kaller is passionate about collecting them — word for word. Kaller previews highlights from his collection of historical documents.

Plus, Fred Rogers (search) was known as "America's favorite neighbor." So it's no surprise that even after his death, people are still taken by his teachings as his wife, Joanna Rogers, explains.

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

The Homeland Security Department (search) is investigating a flight described by some air marshals and passengers as "a dry run for a terrorist attack." We'll get details from Audrey Hudson, homeland security reporter for The Washington Times.

What happens when a surrogate mother finds out she's carrying five babies instead of just one? We'll ask surrogate mother Teresa Anderson and the babies' genetic mother, Luisa Gonzalez.

Should students be paid to tattle on their classmates if they see them breaking the rules? We'll ask Dr. Charles Cole, assistant superintendent for the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District in Texas, and Frank Farley, Temple University educational psychology professor.

Why would anyone take a year out of their life to follow NASCAR? Jeff McGregor, author of "Sunday Money," weighs in.

Plus, can Patrick Carroll, president of XPL Innovations, help South Africa's smoking chimp kick the habit?

And, it's Brian versus the mechanical bull. Who will win?

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