Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

Terrorists in Iraq are fronting a full-out assault on democracy, hoping to hijack the election process. What's being done to counter their plans and protect the polls? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James Carafano, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

Some Democrats put up a fight, but Condoleezza Rice still got the job as secretary of state. Was the bickering a sign of things to come? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from political strategists Frank Donatelli and Richard Goodstein.

Plus, her mother was African-American. Her father was a Southern senator who was once the leading voice of racial segregation. Now after decades of silence, Essie Mae Washington Williams, author of "Dear Senator: A Memoir by the Daughter of Strom Thurmond," is telling her story.

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

Democracy in Iraq takes shape in just two days as the country holds its first multi-party elections in decades. Will they be a success? We'll ask U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, John Negroponte (search).

After Iraq's historic elections take place, what's the next step for the country's new leaders? Noah Feldman, author of "What We Owe Iraq," weighs in.

Insurgents continue to unleash attacks as Election Day in Iraq nears. How are America's troops doing as far a security? We'll get a read from U.S. Marine Corps Brigadier General Dennis Hejlik, deputy commanding general of the First Marine Expeditionary Force.

Jury selection is expected to get underway Monday in the Michael Jackson (search) case. We'll get a preview of the defense's strategy from Jackson family attorney and criminal defense lawyer, Debra Opri.

What does the election in Iraq mean for Wall Street, the president's economic plan and your bottom line? We'll make dollars and sense of the vote with Jonathan Hoenig, FOX Business News contributor and portfolio manager of Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

We'll get a preview of this week's edition of "FOX News Sunday" with host Chris Wallace.

Plus, he took a shot at our show and now he's here to get his due. Late night talk show host, Jimmy Kimmel drops by.

And, he got his start on stage when he was 15-months-old and is still going strong more than 80 years later. Show biz legend Mickey Rooney joins us.

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