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January 2nd, 2010
04:34 AM ET

Coming up on this CNN Saturday Morning...

We had breaking news last weekend, so we've saved the Best of 2009 for today. Betty Nguyen, TJ Holmes and Reynolds Wolf recall interviews of memories of the past year, beginning 6am ET.

We'll have the latest developments in the Detroit and Somalia terror cases. Former U.S. Dept. of Transportation Inspector General Mary Schiavo joins us in the 10 o'clock hour.

Whether you call it Two-thousand-10 or Twenty-10, have you resolved to get your finances in order this year? Finance expert and author Clyde Anderson will pass along tips and strategies to not only survive, but thrive in the year ahead.

Speaking of resolutions... if yours involves getting fit, do you really need to join a gym? Fitness expert Jerry Anderson delivers five practical tips to keep you on the road to reaching your weight loss goals.

Sports Professor Rick Horrow runs down the top five sports stories to look forward to in 2010. Can you guess who's on the list?

For those of us who HAVE to have the latest electronic gizmo or gadget... what do you do with the old ones? Tech guru Mario Armstrong shows you how to recycle them and make a little money, too.

Join Betty Nguyen with Richard Lui in for TJ Holmes on this CNN Saturday Morning beginning 6am ET/ 3am PT.

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  1. Scott Stodden

    Happy New Year 2010 to Betty, TJ and Reynolds Wolf the CNN NewsRoom Weekend Edition just would'nt be the same without you guys, ya'll make my weekend so complete and informative ya'll deserve all the awards possible. Thank you to CNN for bringing Betty and TJ the best news journalists at CNN into our homes every single weekend we love you in Freeport, Illinois! How you dooooin TJ And Betty, Alryyyyyyte!

    January 2, 2010 at 6:06 am |
  2. Scott Stodden

    Hey Betty and Richard How you doooin on this new year 2010 on the CNN NewsRoom: Weekend Edition with Betty & TJ. I love and watch every single weekend cuz Betty And TJ bring us the best news, truly two of the world greatest journalist ever! I love the action President Obama has shown thus far concerning the attempted Christmas Day terror attack, Al-Qadia and the Taliban are responsible for this young man strapping a bomb and trying to harm our own people on the most important holiday of the year and everyone in our President's eyes will be dealt with accordingly, President Obama has shown great courage as our leader to stand up in a proper and well respected way to all the problems our country has dealt with and is always trying to make our country better. Thank you Mr President for your direction and leadership this past year in 2009 and we look forward to your leadership and direction that you take our country in 2010 you stood up so many times for the American people and our country when so many were against you, you are a wonderful President I give you an A+++++++++

    January 2, 2010 at 8:19 am |
  3. christa

    This morning I heared on the news, that our president was saying it was the Talibans fault, with the guy in Detroit. Hah, it was the CIA's fault, because they are incompotent, same as on 9/11, team work with the FBI is non excisting, same thing as before. Heads have to roll, Obama wake up, I am so sick and tired with the excuses they came up. Maybe our president should travel, like the rest of the nation with a regular plane and not with Airforce 1, to see how it is. I voted for him, but never again. Obama is a smooth talker and has no backbone, its not the Taliban stupid, its the incompentence of the Homeland security Dept. and the rest of the agencies involved with protecting our nation. Mr.President you are a dissapointment, it shows that you have no interest in protecting us, but to protect the people who failed us, like the staff of the embassy in Nigeria, who did nothing after being warned and Ms Napolitano, who said and I quote, "the crew and passengers acted accordingly" its not on the passengers to stop Terrorist, but her Dept., all I have to ask her, if she was on that plane, would she have stopped this terrorist???? Ms.Napolitano you are dumb. To many lazy people in Washington, thinking about the holidays and not doing their job to protect us. They should have pictures of Lockerbie or 9/11 in their offices, so they do not forget about the tragedies that already happend to us. You have to show young people what previously happend, because when Lockerbie happend, they were in Kindergarten. When I worked for the Government , I saw people running around doing nothing and other people had to do their work. What is Mr.Paneta saying, hiding in a foxhole?????

    January 2, 2010 at 8:44 am |
  4. Fred

    Good Morning, Betty & Richard,
    I have a similar resolution to yours, Betty. But this time I'm going to focus on the specifics, as Liz Cohen suggested to viewers, of how to get there in baby steps and try to be more realistic in setting those intermediate goals!
    Thank you for so beautifully filling in for anchors during the holiday season! Your appearance was an unexpeected and pleasant surprise!
    I like your resolution too. We watched the Winter Classic yesterday afternoon and enjoyed every precious moment together.
    HNY 2010! Cheers and looking forward to next week!

    January 2, 2010 at 9:33 am |
  5. Dodie - CA

    Brian Todd @ CNN washington
    Excellent. Thank you for your information regarding Alawsa.

    Is is possible for you to look into PNAC causality for increased terror attacks upon the US?

    January 2, 2010 at 11:44 am |
  6. G Grisham

    There was an item this a.m. about how to find out airport info. The website displayed was something like http://www.gdt ... but it wasn't up long enough for me to write it down. How about that info?

    January 2, 2010 at 12:47 pm |