Guests and Topics for July 14

Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Democrats are calling for Karl Rove (search) to be fired over his alleged leak of a CIA confident to the media. If Rove is proven guilty, will President Bush really fire his right hand man? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Julian Epstein.

Then, how have the London terror attacks impacted Europe and the global War on Terror? We'll ask terror analyst Daniel Keohane.

And, the Discovery (search) launch, which was scheduled for liftoff Wednesday, is delayed due to faulty fuel-tank sensors. So what does this mean for the flight's future? Ben Chertoff, research editor for Popular Mechanics, weighs in.

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

Chief Justice William Rehnquist is in the hospital and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor recently announced her retirement from the Supreme Court. So who will replace these seats? We'll ask Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del.

What clues are most essential for investigators solving the London terror attacks? We'll get insight from forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, host of HBO's "Ask Dr. Baden: An Autopsy Special."

Then, Simon Reeve says what is very worrying about the recent suicide bombings in London is that young people are being lured into the world of bin Laden. Why are some adolescents such easy targets for recruiters? Simon Reeve, author of "The New Jackals," joins us to expand on this frightening issue.

And, the dedicated cyclists of Soldier Ride (search) are on the final leg of the 4,200-mile trek. We'll check in with lead rider Chris Carney, retired U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Kelly and Heath Calhoun to see how their coast-to-coast cycle has been going.

Plus, Jane Seymour joins us for a preview of her upcoming comedy "Wedding Crashers (search)."

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