The news doesn't stop on the weekend and neither does "FOX & Friends."

Saturday

New York Times reporter Judith Miller (search) breaks her silence after 85 days in jail. So what prompted Miller to finally talk? We'll get the long and short of it from talk radio news bureau chief Ellen Ratner and Newsday columnist Jim Pinkerton.

Cooler temperatures and calmer winds have helped firefighters contain the blaze that has already scorched 21,000 acres near Los Angeles. We'll get the latest from Public Information Officer Russ Cole of the Ventura County Fire Department.

Katrina hit the wallets of more than just those along the Gulf Coast. Consumer spending is on the slide and gas prices are still steep. We'll get the financial forecast from Charles Payne, CEO and chief strategist of Wall Street Strategies.

Then, more and more money is being poured into the Gulf region to help hurricane victims. But is the largest charity organization — The Red Cross — neglecting some black communities? Pastor Jeffrey Reed, a councilman from Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, weighs in.

Several high-profile public people have recently found themselves in the media "hot seat." Dr. Steve Adubato says succeeding under that kind of pressure is not just about "what" you say but "how" you say it. Steve, a media analyst and author of the new book "Make the Connection," joins us with the lowdown.

And, a federal judge ordered the release of more photos of prisoner abuse from Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison. But will the images incite more violence in Iraq? We'll get insight from former U.S. Army Jag Mike Newton, a law professor at Vanderbilt University.

Plus, how many times have you tried to lose weight, get in shape and gotten nowhere? If so, you don't want to miss Jillian Michaels, author of "Winning by Losing" and the 'red team leader' on NBC's "The Biggest Loser.

Sunday

We'll be joined by:

John Pavia, Quinnipiac Law School professor and former New York prosecutor
Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor

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About the Show

This offbeat morning show features anchors E.D. Hill, Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. They take a look at the day's news, sports and weather from a different perspective. It is an interactive show where you can call in to voice your opinion or have your e-mail read. Anything can happen and usually does!

Every day, syndicated radio host and FOX contributor Mancow joins the show with unique insights and commentary on the day's news events, bringing his own brand of offbeat and irreverent humor from his WKQX studio in Chicago.

Plus, now you can watch America's No. 1 cable news morning show seven days a week, as hosts Juliet Huddy, Julian Phillips and Mike Jerrick man the morning show ship on the weekends!

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