Here's what is on tap for Friday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

Authorities continue to hunt for the terror suspects who may have slipped through our border. Former FBI FBI agent and security consultant for investigative solutions, Harold Copus, joins us to weigh in on the situation.

Was your New Year's resolution to lose weight this year, but you just can't spend money to join a gym? Cindy Sherwin, personal trainer from Fitness magazine, shows us some moves to slim down at home.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Is diplomacy the way to diffuse the nuclear show down between the United States and North Korea? We'll ask FOX News contributor and syndicated columnist, Linda Chavez.

Clonaid claims to have produced the world's first human clone. But is the company exploiting the baby? Should the government step in to protect the child? We'll ask attorney Bernard Siegal, who filed paperwork in Broward County to have a guardian appointed for Eve.

Plus, we'll get a preview of this week's edition of FOX News Sunday from host Tony Snow.

FBI and police are expanding their dragnet for the growing list of suspected terrorist believed to have entered the United States illegally. How is New York City doing its part in the hunt? New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly explains.

The markets start off 2003 with a bang. Is the rally for really? We'll ask Scott Bleier, president of HyrbidInvestors.com.

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