Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
Al Qaeda's (search) plans for the U.S. seem to be carefully plotted and specific. Does that mean the terrorists have the upper hand? We’ll ask terror analyst and senior writer for the Investigative Project, Erick Stakelbeck.
Mark Hacking, jailed and accused of murdering his wife Lori, tells police he used the fake name "Jonathan Long" in the past. How will this twist impact the case? Former federal prosecutor Bill Sullivan joins the debate.
How do high profile figures keep from losing their cool in the spotlight? FOX News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin drops by with some tips.
Is identity theft such a widespread problem that it's not a matter of if, but when you'll become a victim? Eric Gertler, author of "Prying Eyes,” weighs in.
Plus, four of the best athletes in women's basketball hoop it up outside our studios.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
America is on heightened alert, but some Democrats claim these warnings are purely political. We’ll get reaction from Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas.
Plus, Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney reveals the key to protecting this summer's Olympic games.
Prosecutors in the Kobe Bryant case may have an ace in the hole: another woman claims the NBA star was "inappropriate" with her. We’ll get the details from the man that broke the story, Jeff Benedict, author of “Out of Bounds” and contributing writer for Sports Illustrated.
After seven and a half years behind bars, Mary Kay Letourneau (search), the woman convicted of child rape of her 12-year-old student, is out of prison. What does the future hold for her? We’ll ask criminal defense attorney David Schwartz.
What made President Ronald Reagan different than today's campaigners? We’ll get insight from Reagan's former executive assistant, Jim Kuhn, author of "Ronald Reagan in Private."
Plus, if anyone knows what Ricky Williams is thinking by retiring while in the prime of his career, it’s Robert Smith, former Vikings running back and author of “The Rest of the Iceberg."
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