Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Chilling death threats from Iraq's most wanted terrorist leave many wondering if the June 30 handover is in jeopardy. Retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Ed Badolato weighs in.

Former President Bill Clinton's book offers historical information, including an admission of adultery. But what do the 900-plus pages reveal about the former president that even he doesn't know about himself? We’ll ask “FOX Magazine” regular and best-selling author, Dr. Georgia Witkin.

Plus, they're trendy, tiny, and they're about to hit the streets. We’ll get a preview of the latest electric roadsters from toy industry expert, Chuck "The Toy Boy" Santoro.

"FOX & Friends" (7 a.m. ET)

An assault in Fallujah comes as militants threaten to assassinate the new interim prime minister of Iraq. We’ll get the latest from Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J.

The Department of Housing and Urban Development is working on a new program designed to help some working class families find affordable homes. We’ll get the details from HUD Secretary Alphonso Jackson and Bobby Rayburn, president of the National Association of Home Builders.

Bill Clinton's memoirs are certainly getting a lot of hype. But how will history judge the former president? We’ll get a read from Tony Blankley, editorial page editor for the Washington Times.

The race for the White House is heating up. We’ll get the latest from the campaign trail from Nicolle Devenish, communications director for the Bush-Cheney campaign.

Plus, Eric Ripert, head chef at Le Bernardin in New York, unveils his latest creation: organic baby food. But will his products pass the test?

And, juror No. 5 is speaking out after being dismissed from the Scott Peterson (search) murder trial. Will all the media attention surrounding him have a negative impact on the case?  We’ll ask Peter Johnson Jr., FOX News legal analyst.

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