Published January 13, 2015
Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:
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"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
How will elections in Iraq impact the rest of the world? We'll get a read from Ambassador Karen Hughes, under secretary of state for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs.
A federal judge clears the way to build a secondary fence along the Mexican border. Will this make our country more secure? Tim Roemer, former 9/11 Commission member and a former Indiana congressman, weighs in.
If you're sick or in the hospital, could a pet help you on the road to a speedier recovery? We'll ask Dr. Manny Alvarez, FOX News medical contributor, and "Dancer" Schulz, a dog who's part of the pet therapy program at the Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey.
When a judge says no to cameras in the courtroom, Shirley and Andrea Shepard are a mother-daughter courtroom sketch team that get the call to cover the case.
Two of the best boxers fighting today are set to meet in the ring. We'll get a preview of February's fight with "Sugar" Shane Mosley.
Plus, is enough being done to secure Thursday's election in Iraq? We'll get a read from former NATO Supreme Allied Commander and FOX News military analyst, General Wesley Clark.
And, what NASCAR driver has 85 wins — including three at the Daytona 500 — and is a member of four halls of fame? Driving legend Bobby Allison roars into the studio with the answer.
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