Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

The Senate Judiciary Committee grills Supreme Court nominee John Roberts (search) out of the gate — on everything from abortion to voting rights. We'll get a read on how Roberts handled the hearing from defense attorney David Oblon.

Starting over after Hurricane Katrina (search) is a difficult and incredibly emotional task for anyone — but especially a child. Dr. Martina Fuchs, founder of the Real Medicine Foundation, updates us on her work with young hurricane evacuees.

And, why are survivors of Katrina at their most vulnerable period right now? We'll ask Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor and author of "Stress Relief for Disasters Great and Small."

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

Hurricane Katrina left approximately 70,000 Louisiana businesses without almost all necessary resources and looking to relocate. Michael Olivier, Louisiana's secretary for economic development, explains what his department is doing to help get these businesses back on their feet.

Is Supreme Court chief justice nominee John Roberts being candid about his judicial record? We'll ask Senate Judiciary Committee member, Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.

Plus, Art Jones, Louisiana's disaster recovery chief, tells us the lessons he's learned from Hurricane Katrina.

Then, meet Kay Barbour and Robin Nichols, who started a clothing drive for Katrina victims called, Drop Yer Drawers for Katrina.

And, Chaplain Hy Mcenery, a sergeant in the Mississippi National Guard, stayed behind in New Orleans to help those who needed it most. He joins us prior to his deployment to Iraq!

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