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September 26th, 2009
04:28 AM ET

Ahead in the CNN Newsroom...

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rejects President Barack Obama's accusations that Iran's nuclear program runs afoul of international agreements.

A flurry of protests - as the Group of 20 economic summit in Pittsburgh ends.

Terror suspect Najibullah Zazi - transported from Colorado to New York to face charges of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction.

Five terrorism cases in five states unfolding in the same week - are they connected?

Flood-soaked Georgia - bracing for another round of wet weather. A flash flood watch in effect for the metro Atlanta area.

Join Betty Nguyen and TJ Holmes this morning in the CNN Newsroom, 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. Scott Stodden

    First I would like to applaud all the people who came out to protest the G-20 summit because who wants evil dictators in our country such as Mahmoud Ahamadinejad & Mr Gadafhi these people are so evil and should be put to death. Also President Ahmadinejad has no idea what he is talking about at all, I love Larry Kings interviews but I can't stand this man at all cuz he has no clue what a true ruler is. Also I hope these terror suspects are all tried and sent to prison for trying to commit terroist acts in our country all over again, Im from Illinois and I hope and pray these terroists get whats coming to them cuz this hits right at home for me. Finally TJ & Betty my heart and prayers go out to all the people affected by the flooding in Georgia, when I watched CNN this week just like I do everyday it reminded me of Hurricane Katrina all over again, this is so tragic and my prayers go out to everyone affected by this. Stay Strong and Have Faith to the people in Atlanta and the state of Georgia cuz everything will be ok.

    September 26, 2009 at 6:26 am |
  2. alexlyrics

    Why are we fighting wars in two counties that have no power to harm us now?

    Why are we wasting time, energy, money, and the lives of our own in Iraq an Afghanistan?

    We have been pre-occupied with these two dumb countries that have no real power to ham us, while Iran has been arming p for 8 years.
    North Korea has been launching and arming up for 8 years.

    We are losing the battle before it’s begun. We have wasted so much time in countries where they have no power to really harm us.

    While these other countries taunt us, like Cuba, Venezuela and even China mock us. Libya has been made legitimate and we set by looking like wounded puppies licking our paws in this failed two wars and economy.

    We are pathetic, and something needs to change.

    Lets end those two wars, re-group and prepare to kick some tail where it truly matters.

    We are going to be like Israel whether we like it or not, they will come here and attempt to blow things up.
    We cannot control that from over there, it is stopped from over here.

    When will we get this simple concept? They cannot blow up buildings from over there in Iraq or Afghanistan. The terrorist must enter this country to do so.

    So we need to pull out of their get our National Guard and troops built back up on our soil. Those bases here are empty.

    I want these two wars stopped, and bring our troops home. We need to re-group for the real enemy, which now exist in our own country.

    September 26, 2009 at 1:20 pm |