Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)
The Sandy Berger (search) document drama continues to be fodder for politicians on both sides of the aisle. How will the scandal impact the race for the White House? FOX News contributors Ellis Henican and Dr. Monica Crowley join the debate.
What can we expect when the 9/11 Commission issues its final report Thursday morning? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillon, senior policy analyst for the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, Scott Peterson's defense team is pulling out all the stops trying to prove the prosecution's case is weak. We’ll get the legal lowdown from former federal prosecutor Solomon Wisenberg.
"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)
Former National Security Adviser Sandy Berger says he's “sorry” for mishandling top-secret terror documents. But will an apology stop his slipup from turning into a full-blown scandal? Tony Blankley, Washington Times editorial page editor, joins the debate.
The 9/11 panel is not expected to conclude the terror attacks could have been prevented. But it does point out 10 missed clues. We’ll get preliminary reaction to the report from Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla.
Plus, if Sept. 11 was a wake up call, has our homeland security fallen back asleep? Stephen Flynn, author of "America the Vulnerable,” weighs in.
As Boston gears up for the Democratic National Convention, what kind of security precautions are being taken? Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen O'Toole joins the debate.
Plus, Brian sits down with Iron Mike Tyson to find out why he's making a return to the ring.
And, is singer Linda Ronstadt being unfairly criticized for political remarks she made during recent concerts? We’ll ask music critic George Varga of the San Diego Union-Tribune.
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