Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Special time: Starts at 5 a.m. ET

The president has made names his choice to succeed Justice Sandra Day O'Connor (search) for the high court. Will this supreme decision have a comfortable confirmation? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Frank Donatelli and Julie Roginsky.

What are the political ramifications behind the president's choice? Kenneth Jost, author of "The Supreme Court A to Z", weighs in.

Is the president's pick the right person for the job? Political strategists Morris Reid and Angela McGlowan join the debate.

Karl Rove (search) talked. But did the president's chief adviser actually break the law when he told a reporter that a critic of the administration's wife worked for the CIA? Lis Wiehl, FOX News legal analyst and a former federal prosecutor, offers insight.

Plus, how could your love for your pooch win you some serious cash? Actress Florence Henderson explains.

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

What lies ahead for the president's pick for the Supreme Court? We'll get insight from former U.S. Attorney General Edwin Meese (search).

We'll go inside the president's selection process with the man chosen to personally advise the Supreme Court nominee through the confirmation process, former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson (search).

Pakistani officials arrest militants with possible links to London bombings. We'll get reaction from former CIA covert operations officer, Mike Baker.

How much does it cost U.S. taxpayers each time authorities make an arrest on the Mexican border? We'll get the answers from Dan Griswold, who commissioned a new report for the Cato Institute.

How will the Senate react to the president's pick for the Supreme Court? We'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., Judiciary Committee member.

Plus, FOX News legal analyst, Peter Johnson Jr., on whether Bush's nominee will survive congressional confirmation.

And, ever wonder what it's like to live someone else's life? So did Morgan Spurlock, executive producer of the new reality series, "30 days."

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