Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
The president continues to express admiration for Harriet Miers (search), choosing her partly for her religious beliefs. How big of a role should religion play when choosing a Supreme Court justice? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Republican pollster Jim McLaughlin and Democratic strategist Eric Schmeltzer.
Plus, the health community is exploring ways to increase production of a vaccine in case the bird flu (search) mutates and sparks a pandemic in humans. What can be done in the meantime to stay safe? We'll ask Dr. Neil Schachter, author of "The Good Doctor's Guide to Colds and Flu."
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
The White House admits that Karl Rove spoke with conservatives about Harriet Miers' religious beliefs. Does that mean Miers will uphold current abortion legislation? Syndicated radio host Mike Gallagher and Democratic strategist Bob Beckel join the debate.
American women today are dramatically redefining the political, economic and cultural landscape in our society. Celinda Lake and Kellyanne Conway, authors of "What Women Really Want", uncover the changing trends among American women and reveal their emerging power base.
Plus, the investigation into the outing of a CIA officer's identity continues. Will the president's senior adviser, Karl Rove (search), be indicted? We'll get insight from Kendall Coffey, former U.S. attorney.
And, we'll be joined by the one and only Cheech Marin (search).
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