Guests and Topics for September 28

Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

Former FEMA chief Michael Brown (search) pins the blame on local officials for hurricane response problems. Is that fair? Tony Blankley, editor of the Washington Times editorial page.

Hurricane season is far from over. Are there more storms brewing on the horizon? We'll ask Science and Operations Officer Chris Landsea of the National Hurricane Center.

Then, are you tired of paying three dollars for a gallon of gas? Is it OPEC's fault or is Rita the reason? We'll be joined by former U.S. ambassador to morocco and fox news foreign analyst, Marc Ginsberg.

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

Some gas stations are raising prices more than once a day. Are the increases legit? The state of New Jersey is trying to find that out. We'll be joined by New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey.

Congress has appropriated $62.3 billion for hurricane relief operations in the Gulf Coast. But who exactly is going to get this money and how is it going to be spent? Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy weighs in.

Michael Brown defends FEMA's response to Katrina, pointing fingers instead on local and state authorities in Louisiana. But who's really at fault in this political blame game? We'll ask Ann Coulter, author of "How to Talk to a Liberal, if You Must."

Plus, we'll be joined by actor Dominic Purcell, star of the hot FOX TV show, "Prison Break."

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