Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

He lost his aunt and three of his first cousins in the deadly tsunami in Sri Lanka. Now, Rizwan Mowlana, president of Asia Relief, is doing all he can to get aid to people in need.

Experts say militants in Iraq are changing their attack strategies as next month's election approaches. Will these new tactics keep voters home? We'll ask Fred Gedrich, former State Department and Defense Department official.

Don't have New Year's Eve plans? Dr. Georgia Witkin, FOX News contributor and best-selling author, says don't panic!

And, we'll ask the Amazing Kreskin to peer into his crystal ball and predict the future for 2005.

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

Dr. Robert Edesess was snorkeling with his family when the deadly tsunami hit. He'll join us with his amazing story of survival.

The U.S. is providing $35 million to victims of the tsunami and President Bush says it's only the beginning. So why is his administration facing criticism over the handling of the disaster? We'll ask Sen. Elizabeth Dole, R-N.C., former American Red Cross president.

Plus, we'll get details on the relief efforts from Israeli Dr. Dorit Nitzan Kaluski, live in Phuket, Thailand.

Election preparation shifts into high gear in Iraq for next month's election. But with the Sunnis saying they'll boycott the vote, will poll results be legitimate? We'll get a read from Harlan Ullman, national security expert, FOX News contributor and author of "Finishing Business."

Plus, want to look hot for your New Year's party? Our own Kiran Chetry shows us how to get that perfect look to ring in 2005.

Then, he's ringing in the New Year from Times Square ... and kicking off another season of "American Idol." We'll be joined by Ryan Seacrest.

And, one of the biggest stars from the 2004 Olympics, the "Thorpedo" himself, swimming sensation Ian Thorpe, drops by the studio!

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