Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

British police name two of the four suspects believed responsible for the London (search) bomb attacks. But how far does the conspiracy go? We'll be joined by terror analyst Eric Margolis, author of "War at the Top of the World."

Plus, does your job have you down in the dumps? Is your office lacking energy and creativity? Minor League Baseball team co-owner Mike Veeck, co-author of "Fun Is Good," has some simple solutions.

And, cats are known as domestic pets — animals you normally see lying around the house. But, Pam Delabar, president and spokesperson for Cat Fanciers' Association, joins us with some cool cat tricks.

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

Police concluded that the attacks in London were carried out by suicide bombers. Does this mean Al Qaeda (search) has expanded its terror reign? We'll ask Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco and a FOX News foreign affairs analyst.

And, people who knew the London bombing suspects say they're shocked, but were there any signs they miss to see this coming? Malcolm Nance, author of "The Terrorist Recognition Handbook," weighs in.

Is homeland security more important than education in terms of government funding? We'll ask Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

Former Ambassador Joe Wilson calls for a suspension of Karl Rove's security clearance. But will his remarks put any pressure on the president? We're joined by FOX News contributors Bob Beckel, Democratic strategist, and Mike Gallagher, conservative radio host.

Plus, will Rove's remarks end up with his removal or is the president's top aide just too valuable to let go? Carl Cannon, co-author of "Boy Genius," weighs in.

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