Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

With two attacks in just two weeks: How quickly will things return to normal in London? We'll ask Erick Stakelbeck, terrorism analyst for CBN.

Why didn't the Department of Homeland Security (search) raise the nation's terror alert level following Thursday's attacks? Angie Marek, who covers homeland security for U.S. News & World Report, weighs in.

How are governments combating terrorist financing? We'll get insight from Joseph Myers, terrorist financing expert.

Have the American people let terrorism slide from their concern? Rep. Jim Saxton, R-N.J., chairman of the Terrorism Subcommittee and senior member of the House Armed Services Committee, joins the debate.

Is the U.S. following a doomed political strategy in the War on Terror? We'll ask Harlan Ullman, FOX News contributor and author of "Owls and Eagles."

And, is another attack on London to be expected? Rohan Gunaratna, author of "Inside Al Qaeda," weighs in.

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

Is a terrorist attack in the U.S., similar to the London bombings, not a matter of if, but when? We'll ask Bernard Kerik, former New York City Police commissioner.

Plus, we'll get reaction to the attacks from Bob Kerrey, former 9/11 Commission member, and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

What are authorities doing to prevent similar attacks from happening here in the U.S.? We'll ask Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga., member of the Select Committee on Intelligence.

What have British authorities learned from Thursday's attacks? We'll get the latest on the investigation from Anton La Guardia, diplomatic editor of the London Daily Telegraph.

What can the U.S. learn from this recent wave of terrorism? Former New York City Police Commissioner Howard Safir weighs in.

Were Thursday's attacks related to the deadly explosions two weeks ago? We'll examine the similarities with Steve Emerson, terror analyst and author of "American Jihad."

The first string of the attacks in London shook exchanges in the U.S. and Europe. But it only took one day for markets to rebound. How will the second string of attacks affect our economy? Adam Lashinsky, senior writer at Fortune magazine, weighs in.

And, are the attacks in London part of a strategy Al Qaeda has been pursuing since 9/11? We'll ask Robert Pape, terror analyst and author of "Dying to Win."

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