Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
‘FOX & Friends First’ (6 a.m. ET)
Are the Senate hearings on the Abu Ghraib (search) prison abuse in danger of becoming too political? Julie Roginsky, Democratic strategist, and former Republican New York Congressman Dan Frisa, join the debate.
Plus, the photos from the Abu Ghraib prison have some Americans wondering how soldiers who are dedicated to honorably serving our country could act so dishonorably. What might have driven those soldiers to such behavior? We’ll ask Fox News contributor and best-selling author, Dr. Georgia Witkin.
And, some famous Americans have come together to express why they love the United States in a new book called, "American Pride." We’ll be joined by the book’s editor Jill Liberman.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
What should the military response be to the brutal killing of American hostage, Nick Berg? We’ll get insight from retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Oliver North, host of “War Stories.”
More than 10 months after being accused of rape, Kobe Bryant pleads not guilty. How soon will it start? We’ll get a read from Craig Silverman, former Denver prosecutor.
Reports say Al Qaeda's leader in Iraq is responsible for the savage beheading of an American contractor. How can we see to it that more Americans are not killed? We’ll ask Lorenzo Vidino, deputy director of the Investigative Project.
President Bush has been dodging criticisms from all sides. Some say that between the global War on Terror and a tough political campaign, the president’s plate is too full. But Bill Sammon, author of “Misunderestimated,” doesn’t agree and explains why.
Did the presence of female soldiers at the Abu Ghraib prison help to incite some of the abuse? We’ll ask Linda Chavez, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity.
Plus, we’ll be joined by star of the hit show “Alias,” actress Melissa George.
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