Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

Saddam Hussein (search) faces his prosecutors in, what some say, will be the trial of the century. We'll get the legal lowdown from Rick Barton, senior adviser on Iraq issues for the Center for Strategic and International Studies.

Plus, they combine various forms of martial arts to become the Ultimate Fighter. And now you can watch their skills whenever you want as Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, explains.

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

For Iraqis and Americans who fought for Iraq's freedom, Saddam Hussein's trial signals a symbolic chance for justice to be served. We'll get reaction from Lynne Cheney (search), the vice-president's wife and author of "A Time for Freedom."

Plus, how will Saddam Hussein and his attorneys hold up to the charges against him? We'll get insight from Con Coughlin, author of "Saddam: His Rise and Fall."

Then, the Valerie Plame case could be coming to a close any day now and the Washington Post is reporting that a feud between the White House and the CIA may play a part in its conclusion. We'll get reaction from a former CIA intelligence officer, Peter Brookes.

And, what was Johnny Carson (search) really like? We'll ask his "Tonight Show" sidekick, Ed McMahon!

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