Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
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Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The frustrated family of the missing teen, Natalee Holloway (search), have hired a private company to search for their daughter in Aruba. They're also preparing a lawsuit demanding authorities hand over all the evidence in the case. Will this strategy uncover clues that the police have failed to find? We'll ask Vito Colucci, former police investigator.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Will Aruban authorities hand over evidence gathered in the three weeks since she vanished? We'll get an update from Natalee's mom, Beth Holloway Twitty.
He may have apologized for comparing Gitmo to a gulag, but should Democrats remove Sen. Dick Durbin from his leadership position? Bill Kristol, FOX News contributor, weighs in.
What's life in prison like for Saddam Hussein? Five U.S. soldiers got up close and personal with the former dictator while guarding him for 10 months. We'll get a preview of their Saddam stories from GQ correspondent, Lisa Depaulo.
Plus, ever need to get hold of your doctor quickly and can't? A new service called TelaDoc is offering physician consultations by phone 24/7. How safe and reliable is the service? We'll ask Dr. Robert Kramer, chief medical adviser for TelaDoc, and Dr. Joseph Heyman, an American Medical Association Trustee.
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