Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

U.S. forces backed by helicopter gunships and warplanes swept through western Iraq near the Syrian border for a third day Tuesday, raiding desert outposts and safe houses belonging to insurgents. But, is Operation Matador (search) working? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Don Edwards, FOX News military analyst.

A shocking new twist in the Zion, Illinois murders. FOX News contributor Craig Mitnick fills us in on the man that officials suspect.

Plus, is it luck, or is it talent that makes someone a poker (search) champ? Former champ, Chris Moneymaker, joins us.

And, true Renaissance man, Tim Green, host of "A Current Affair," drops by the studio!

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

If you were commander-in-chief where would you go to get away from it all? Ken Walsh, author of "From Mount Vernon to Crawford," reveals how our leaders escape the pressures of the White House.

Meet Christina and Daniel Finn, founders of the Patriotic Pillow Project, who are showing their gratitude to the men and women of our military by sending out pillows.

His namesake can walk on water, so why can't he get a driver's license in West Virginia? We'll find out why "Jesus Christ" can't circumvent the requirements to get a driver's license when his attorney, A.P. Pishevar, joins us from D.C.

Plus, Michael Vartan, star of "Monster-in-Law," drops by the studio!

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