Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

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

Florida teacher Debra Lafave avoids jail after pleading guilty to having sex with 14 year-old student. We'll examine her plea deal and her punishment with Craig Mitnick, criminal defense attorney and FOX News legal analyst.

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

Sure your children want everything they see on TV commercials. But are some things to stay away from? Tracy Shelton of The New York Public Interest Research Group breaks down this year's annual list of dangerous toys.

Imagine trying to travel cross-country on only five dollars a day. Could you survive if you could only rely on a few bucks and the generosity of others? We'll ask someone who did just that — Leon Logothetis put himself to that frugal test by taking a journey from New York to Los Angeles.

The debate over when to pull troops out of Iraq remains bitter. But do the arguments for and against a timetable represent what's really going on in Iraq? We'll ask Lt. Gen. Mike Delong, former deputy commander of CENTCOM and author of "Inside CENTCOM."

How much do you really know about Thanksgiving? Kathleen Curtin, historian and co-author of "Giving Thanks," fills you in on what you may not know!

The presidential turkey has been pardoned, but Iowa's Thanksgiving bird won't be so lucky. Iowa State Secretary of Agriculture Patty Judge joins us to explain why the governor won't be pardoning any turkeys this year.

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