Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

How soon will the Michael Jackson (search) case be in the hands of the jury? We'll ask David Oblon, criminal defense attorney.

Muhammad Ali's battle with Parkinson's disease has led his daughter to help children understand and deal with the illness as Rasheda Ali, author of "I'll Hold Your Hand so You Won't Fall," explains.

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

Deep Throat's true identity has been revealed. Mark Felt violated federal policies by sharing information about Watergate with reporters. Should he be let off the hook? We'll ask Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.

President Bush nominates Congressman Chris Cox to head the Securities and Exchange Commission — calling him "a champion of the free enterprise system." How did Wall Street take the news? We'll ask Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group.

Runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks (search) is making news again — pleading no contest to a charge of lying to police about being abducted from her Atlanta-area neighborhood. We'll get reaction from Wilbank's attorney, Lydia Sartain.

Plus, Michael Deaver, one of President Reagan's closest advisers and editor of "Why I Am a Reagan Conservative," explains the Great Communicator's impact on the American political landscape.

And, it's been more than a year and Jimmy Kimmel (search) is still holding is own against Letterman, Leno and Conan in the late night. How's he doing it? The late night comedian explains.

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