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October 10th, 2009
05:06 AM ET

Ahead in the CNN Newsroom...

President Obama says he's "surprised" and "humbled" to become the fourth U.S. president to receive a Nobel Peace Prize. What will this win mean on a diplomatic front?

As strategy and troop levels in Afghanistan are being debated at the White House, one influential adviser warns the window of opportunity to turn around the war is closing.

CNN Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour introduces us to Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greg Mortenson. His work in Afghanistan has been recognized as an example of "non-military counter-insurgency."

The H1N1 flu vaccine is being rolled out - but will Americans line up for the shot?

Freeze watches and warnings are popping up across much of the Central Plains, Midwest, and western Great Lakes in lieu of the first real cold spell of the season. Reynolds Wolf will have the rest of the nation's weather ahead in the CNN Newsroom.

Join Betty Nguyen with Drew Griffin in for TJ Holmes, beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. pam williams

    saw nothing wrong with the aussie's jackson skit! CNN seems to be out there looking for something,anything to point out! Come on, get over it! Can't find any news? Believe it or not 3/4 of Americans hate this health care their trying to ram down our throats & this is what you want to talk about? No wonder no one watches CNN anymore!

    October 10, 2009 at 6:49 am |
  2. Mike Armstrong TX.

    The president winning the nobel peace prize and the connection with better relations with other countrys is nothing but none since.

    October 10, 2009 at 8:58 am |
  3. janice thaxter

    As a person I will never take any shot offered by our government nor is any member of my family taking any. As a Dr and Microbiologist no way would I take a live virus into my lungs via my nose nor will I take an H1N1, man-made virus shot. Look at the pandemic of HIV we have. Dr.T

    October 10, 2009 at 9:19 am |
  4. Michael in Atlanta

    Janice: As a parent you should know better. And, having read your post, I don't believe for a second that you are a microbiologist. You are a conspiracy theorist.

    I feel bad for children who have parents who would rather believe government conspiracy theories than put their childrens' health first. Shame on you.

    October 10, 2009 at 11:51 am |
  5. Luis A.

    Tony, just a comment on your correspondent earlier about co-pay and co-insurance subject matters. The lady presented an incomplete information about it. Yesterday, I visited my doctors office and I was notified that Blue Shield of CA has changed members' plans. Members are required to pay co-pay for every procedure and not just office visit, this includes follow-up, lab tests, and so on. So, it is not a flat rate of co-pay and co-insurance that you only have to pay.

    Other major change for Blue Shield of CA members is the annual deductible. If you go out of network, you are penalized, not only the cost but, an out of network deductible is created for you to satisfy every time you go out of newtork. So, if you have not met your annual deductible, you have two annual deductible to satisfy. And that is one pretty expensive health care considering the sky rocketing premium we already have.

    October 15, 2009 at 1:05 pm |