Here's what is on tap for Friday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
As water levels fall in New Orleans (search), the city begins the slow process of drying out. John Rickey, chief of public affairs for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, joins us with an update.
Plus, what sort of help do the evacuees in the Houston Astrodome (search) need? We'll ask Brian Gallagher, president and CEO of the United Way.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
As offers of money, supplies and manpower pour in from states around the nation, congressional lawmakers are aiming to approve an emergency hurricane aid package totaling $51.8 billion for victims of Hurricane Katrina (search). We'll get reaction from Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn.
Plus, is a Katrina commission — modeled after the 9/11 Commission — needed to investigate the government's response to the hurricane? We'll ask former Indiana Rep. Tim Roemer, member of the 9/11 Commission.
Life after Hurricane Katrina: What should Americans expect from their government during a time of national tragedy? We'll ask former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, FOX News political analyst and author of "Never Call Retreat."
Then, the U.S. economy has been threatened ever since Katrina knocked out oilrigs in the Gulf. How much more pain will you feel at the pump? We'll get a read from Scott Bleier, FOX Business News analyst and president of Hybrid Investors.
And, many celebrities are becoming involved in helping the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Now, New Orleans native rapper Master-P explains how his foundation is coming to the rescue.
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