Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Intelligence officials say the latest Al Qaeda (search) threat was based on dated intelligence. So why are authorities still taking all this terror data seriously? We’ll ask Dr. Harlan Ullman, FOX News contributor and senior adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
The morning Mark Hacking's wife Lori went missing, he couldn't seem to get his stories straight. How could this impact the case? We’ll be joined by FOX News legal analyst Lis Wiehl, author of "Winning Every Time."
Plus, searching for a way to serve your country? The federal government needs you. Sam Heyman, founder of Partnership for Public Service, explains why.
And, he's a former NFL player, an attorney, a commentator for NPR and FOX Sports and the author of ten books! Meet Tim Green, one of the most well rounded guests we’ve ever had.
‘FOX & Friends’ (7 a.m. ET)
What will it take to win the War on Terror? We'll go straight to the source, Gen. Tommy Franks, commander of U.S. forces in the Iraq War.
President Bush backs the idea of creating a post to oversee intelligence. But will the position have any real power? Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn., chairman of the National Security Subcommittee of the Government Reform, joins the debate.
The Big Apple is on high alert as the feds warn of possible Al Qaeda terror plots. Could the terror network be working from the inside? We’ll ask Philip Smucker, author of "Al Qaeda's Great Escape.”
President Bush and Senator Kerry are making the War on Terror a big part of their campaigns. But which candidate has the upper hand on the issue? We’ll get a balanced debate from Democratic strategist Bob Beckel and Rich Lowry, FOX News political analyst and editor of The National Review.
Police are swarming around threatened sites in New York City. But are the intelligence warnings based on really old reports? We’ll get a read from former Gov. Frank Keating, R-Okla.
Plus, we’ll get a preview of this year’s football season, from former Cowboy great and analyst on “NFL on FOX,” Troy Aikman.
And, Nancy Lopez, member of the LPGA Hall of Fame, and Ray Knight, former major leaguer, share the importance of staying in shape.
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