Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Iraqis head to the polls to cast their votes on who will govern their country for the next four years. Why is this election so important? We'll ask Amb. Feisal Amin al-Istrabadi, deputy permanent representative of Iraq to the United Nations.

Everyone knows that dogs are man's best friend. But are they also man's best healers? We'll ask Dr. Peter Kross if dogs can really lick wounds away.

Then, still mulling over a holiday gift for an important man in your life? Matt Trainor, senior editor for Cargo magazine, has some nifty ideas.

And, a 37-year-old Georgia woman is facing child molestation charges after getting pregnant by — and marrying — her 15-year-old boyfriend. Is this a criminal matter or true love? We'll get a read from Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News analyst.

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

It's history in the making, as 15-million registered Iraqis put the foundations of democracy in place. Will their vote help secure their country? We'll get a read from U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad.

When we last saw the outspoken Raj Bhakta during the second season of "The Apprentice" he was dodging 50 mile-an-hour tennis balls. Raj joins us to explain why he's still running.

Plus, Don Feder, president of Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation, explains why he doesn't take offense to the phrase, "Merry Christmas."

And, what would you do if your loved one was deployed to serve in the military and you were left home all alone? Navy wife, Suzy Walker took a unique approach to keep her husband in her life and literally by her side.

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