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February 13th, 2010
04:18 AM ET

Coming up on this CNN Saturday Morning...

NATO troops say they have gained a foothold in part of a Taliban-controlled town, a day after they launched their biggest war offensive in southern Afghanistan. We'll have team coverage of Operation Moshtarak.

The opening ceremony for the 2010 Winter Olympics began on a somber note Friday night as members of the delegation from Georgia mourned the loss of one of their teammates just hours earlier.

Snow brings much of the south to a standstill.

Atlantans are not used to this kind of weather. Some of us chickens stayed in a hotel ovenight - a five-minute covered walk from the CNN newsroom. Others braved the very icy roads to get to work. Meteorologist Bonnie Schneider is in for Reynolds Wolf and keeping you up to date on the weather all morning long.

Also this morning... an interview with Sean "P. Diddy" Combs on music education.

Finance author and expert Clyde Anderson talks about the pros and cons of flexible spending accounts.

Our tech guru Mario Armstrong talks about a free cellphone program for low-income Americans to help them stay connected.

Join Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes on this CNN Saturday Morning, 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. Rebekah Jensen

    I believe the ultimate objective of the Afghan led offensive is to show the Afghan civilians an alternative to life under Taliban rule. Let's hope they can keep the casualties down and make life better for people in the city..

    February 13, 2010 at 11:23 am |
  2. robyncaffrey keyser west virginia 26726

    to whom it mayconcern?

    on the vancouver tragitey,
    i was waching channle 6 news, and they were mentioning that accidents been accurring all week, they were saying'a girl was going down the track, and she fell off the sleigh and fell unconsuiss,and she was going 80 miles,

    im sure they herd anything and everything is possible, they should have every inch of the aera outside that track 'padded,and they should have more safty belts to strap them in, as they know they go that fast

    February 13, 2010 at 12:08 pm |
  3. Wojciech Moskal

    the only thing I have to say to the entertainment side of the television is that this nation need you to show the donkeys(your followers, and worshipers) a better message. For some reason you can appeal to them better then teachers, family members, social workers. It is easy if you tell them being a good, well behaved, son, daughter, student, dad, mom, is cool they will do it. As long as it's cool.

    February 20, 2010 at 8:06 pm |