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Guests and Topics for October 27

Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

No indictments have been handed down yet in the CIA leak (search) investigation. Is the grand jury running out of time? We'll ask former federal prosecutor Tim Susanin.

A 63-year old mystery could be solved in the next few weeks. Mountain climbers found an unidentified frozen body in a glacier in California's Kings Canyon National Park. Two sisters, Jeanne Pyle and Sara Zeyer, join us to explain why they believe it could be the body of their brother.

Plus, is President Bush suffering from the so-called "second term blues?" We'll be joined by Linda Feldmann who covers the White House for the Christian Science Monitor.

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

What impact will the CIA leak probe have on business related to the Hill? We'll ask Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn.

Then, Kyle Maynard, author of "No Excuses," may have some physical limitations, but his "no excuse" philosophy to life has allowed him to triumph!

Will we see indictments in the CIA leak case on Friday? Bill Kristol, editor of "The Weekly Standard" and FOX News political analyst, weighs in.

And, war, crime and terrorism make some places just too hot to travel to. But times change and so are some once-dangerous destinations. Robert Young Pelton, contributing editor for National Geographic, shares his picks.

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