The news doesn't stop on the weekend and neither "FOX & Friends."

So start your Memorial Day weekend in the know with hosts Juliet Huddy, Mike Jerrick and Julian Phillips.

Saturday

With Memorial Day (search) just around the corner and U.S. troops still fighting in the War on Terror — the question arises... how important is our freedom and how high of a price are we willing to pay to preserve it? We'll ask Van Hipp, former deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Army.

Plus — A tribute to the men and women serving our country overseas...

We'll go to Mosul and H.R. McMaster of the U.S. Army to see how they're doing, and hear what they have to say to the folks back at home.

Republicans and Democrats on the Hill are locking horns over more than just President Bush's judicial nominees. The conflict now — centering around U.S. foreign policy and the diplomatic challenges ahead. We'll ask Rep. Mark Kirk, R-Ill., and Rep. Rob Andrews, D-N.J. What will it take to end the stalemate?

And last — but not least — Memorial Day cooking tips from Mort Finkelstein and a rundown of the market's movers and shakers from Jonas Max Ferris of Maxfunds.com.

Sunday

When President Bush took office for a second term, he said he had a clear mandate in favor of his administration's agenda. That didn't go over too well with Democrats, who said the 2004 presidential elections proved one thing, if nothing else — that the country was ideologically split down the middle.

To see that divide in action, go no further than Congress — where bi-partisan wrangling is at an apex... tainting the debate on everything from foreign affairs to right-to-life.

We'll talk about it with Democratic strategist Julie Roginsky, Republican strategist Chris Ingram and Dan Bartlett, counselor to the president. Is the so-called red-blue divide too deep to bridge?

We'll also review the week in the Michael Jackson (search) child molestation trial. Who's got the upper hand — the prosecution or the defense? We'll ask Debra Opri, an attorney for the pop star's parents.

Real journalism: fair and balanced. That's why we're No. 1 — FOX News Channel.

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This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sports and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Anything can happen and usually does!

Every day, syndicated radio host and FOX contributor Mancow joins the show with unique insights and commentary on the day's news events, bringing his own brand of offbeat and irreverent humor from his WKQX studio in Chicago.

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