Here's what is on tap for Friday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Will we see a verdict in the Michael Jackson (search) trial before the weekend? We'll get a read from criminal defense attorney Steven Greenberg.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Is there an Al Qaeda (search) sleeper cell in Northern California? We'll ask Layla Bohm, reporter and assistant editor of the Lodi News-Sentinel.
Fed head Alan Greenspan tells a congressional panel the economy is on firm footing and inflation is under control. But, is that accurate? We'll ask Gary Kaltbaum, president of Gary Kaltbaum and Associates.
Plus, on the eve of his next big fight, Brian steps in the ring with Mike Tyson (search).
And, Afleet Alex (search) is favored to win the Belmont Stakes — the third crown in the Triple Crown. But this horse is running for much more than just victory, he's running for Alex's Lemonade Stand — a charity started by a little girl who died just under a year ago. We'll be joined by her mother Liz Scott and Afleet Alex's owner, Chuck Zacney.
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