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wisconsin shooter, kyle rittenhouse, has had a meeting with donald trump. the former president told fox news both rittenhouse and his mother paid a visit to
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mar-a-lago and he described the 18-year-old as a really good young guy who never should have had to suffer through a trial. the man who spent decades behind bars for a crime he did not commit is now free. kevin strickland was 18 years old when he was convicted of a triple murder, he's now 62 and ready for a fresh start. linsey davis has more. >> reporter: it's been a long 43-year fight for kevin strickland, but he can finally say he's a free man. >> disbelief. >> reporter: the missouri judge ordered his immediate release, ending one of the longest wrongful convictions in history. strickland was convicted by an all-white jury in 1979, despite having an alibi and no physical evidence linking him to the crimes. he's remained adamant about his innocence all along. his case for exoneration largely hung on this piece of
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evidence -- >> a recantation of a witness. she has since died, but she really did a good job documenting her recantation, so we believe it to be a very credible recantation. >> reporter: back in may, jackson county prosecutor jean peters baker announced that her office found strickland innocent. >> so to mr. strickland, i am profoundly sorry for the harm that has come to you. >> reporter: but at the time, missouri law prevented her from being able to release him or bring his case before a judge. >> let's just call it what it is. this is wrong. >> reporter: strickland's first exoneration hearing was held two weeks ago after a new law passed in august allowing baker to file a petition on his behalf. his brother tells the "kansas city star", that he cannot wait to see him to say "welcome home, brother". now free, he finally gets the chance to fulfill one life-long wish. >> you know, i've never been on a beach. i want to go out far in the ocean where you can't see any land in any direction. not just go out there but get in that water. >> our thanks to linsey davis. strickland said he never thought
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this day would come. listen very closely, on this morning before thanksgiving, consider this your annual warning about deep frying your turkey. please be careful. you deep fryers out there. your frying attempt could easily become a flaming disaster as demonstrated by the fresno, california fire department. top tips, make sure your fryer is on even ground and away from any structures like trees or your house. if you're in california, dry brush. >> this is an option not from the fire department, this is from me. you could just not deep fry. if you don't know what you're doing, don't do it. it's so dangerous. is it really worth it? i've had deep fried turkey. is it that much better? >> is it worth your house? >> or your neighbor's house? >> i don't think so. coming up, how to reduce your holiday gift giving bill to zero. plus, a cranberry pickle
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[female narrator] a message for children: it's hard to be stuck at home right now... but we want to say thank you...
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♪ nothing from nothing leaves nothing ♪ ♪ and i'm not stuffing ♪ ♪ believe you me ♪ nothing is the keyword for a new movement that's encouraging a new mode of shopping two days ahead of black friday. >> and you don't even necessarily gotta have something to get something. will ganss is here to break it down. hey, will. >> hey, mona. the buy nothing project sounds kind of bleak. buy nothing. but it's a movement rooted in building community and gifting items and talents to those in our communities who need them with one rule. no money allowed. 'tis the season to spend. the holidays costing the average american about $1,000 this year. but the folks in the buy nothing
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project are not your average americans. >> it's a place where you can give things away. you can ask for things, and you can express gratitude. >> all at no cost. over 4 million worldwide buy nothing project members connecting with one another in their own local communities. on facebook and on the buy nothing project app. to exchange things like clothing, backyard produce, electronics, even cars. the concept of this gift economy is simple. you need something, make an "ask post." have something to donate, make a "gift" post. >> nice thing about gifting is you know where your things are going. they're staying in the community. >> crescent gifted her son's first bookcase many years ago
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and recently got word that it's now made its way to its fifth owner in her seattle community. what is it like to you to hear that it's now with its fifth family, and it's, you know, still being taken care of? >> it almost makes me feel like the value was more than what i paid for it, if that makes sense. >> but what about the fear that the items being exchanged might show up broken or dirty? >> i feel like the community's really good at self-regulating and holding each other accountable for things like that. >> with shipping delays and supply chain strains, it might really be time to buy nothing. >> something that you think might not have value is potentially going to have a huge value to someone else. it's that old adage of one man's trash is another man's treasure. >> i downloaded the app just to check it out. and right now someone is gifting a 55-inch plasma tv, and one is gifting a train set, and another five framed menus from other countries. that's stuff you wouldn't even think of.
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>> it prevents all the products from going into the environment. i love the secondhand movement. >> i've been part of the movement, but it's forgetful, forgetting to buy gifts. mothed thank you guys for these gorgeous flowers, so thoughtful. young woman whispering: hey, did you bring the... the condoms? young man whispering: what's up? young woman whispering: condoms young man whispering: cond.. condor? young woman whispering: condor. why would i say condor? condoms! condoms. father: condoms charlie. she wants to know if you brought any condoms. young man: yeah i brought some. announcer: eargo, a virtually invisible hearing loss solution with high quality sound and lifetime support. kick off the holiday season with big savings. this black friday save $450 on eargo 5. limited time offer. call or go online now and get eargo 5 with financing as low as $79.49 a month.
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all right, time now for "this happened." starting with a deep sea discovery leaving some scientists scratching their heads. >> yeah, an ancient mammoth tusk has just been recovered from the bottom of the ocean off central california, 10,000 feet down. and now analysts -- an analysis shows it is at least 100,000 years old and once belonged to a female mammoth. >> it's a mystery how it landed 200 miles out to sea. next to a first in air travel on the seventh continent. >> this happened for the first time ever. an airbus has landed on the ice in antarctica.
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>> the flight left from cape town south africa, arrived at the company's base camp in a little over five hours. >> landing a commercial jet of this size on top of an ice glacier, of course that's a number of challenges, such as glare and lack of visual landing aids for pilots, also i would imagine skidding and worried about cracked ice and a million other things. i don't know. >> there's just a lot. also leave antarctica alone. we need to save those ice -- that ice from melting. doesn't sit right. also from the friendly skies, a pint-sized flight attendant in training. >> this happened aboard a southwest airlines flight departing from texas. a proud papa captured the moment his thoughtful young daughter began handing out snacks and collecting trash. this is so cute. >> we've been telling you the airlines are starved for workers and worker shortages.
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a little guidance from the aircrew, she was able to tend to every other passenger aboard the plane and spread a little pre-holiday cheer. >> here, there's plenty of concern about putting kids to work, but the benefit is now you won't get those people that are rude to flight attendants. how can you be rude to that cute little thing. >> i know, right? and finally, a possible alternative to pumpkin or pecan pie. >> this is happening all over social media. it's called a cranberry pickle pie for obvious reasons, and apparently, it is a utah thing. >> it apparently stems from what's called a utah pickle pie that is quite sweet with a zip of tang from the pickles. >> it's dividing people on social media. but like it or hate it, most of you should hate it, this photo suggests it's already nearly half eaten. the other half should probably go in the trash. >> hear me out. >> go for it. let's hear it. >> it can be sweet with that little tang. it's crazy that i'm defending this, because i hate pickles on
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my burgers. i'm morgan, and there's more to me than hiv. more love, more adventure, more community. but with my hiv treatment, there's not more medicines in my pill. i talked to my doctor and switched to fewer medicines with dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. with just 2 medicines in 1 pill, dovato is as effective as a 3-drug regimen... to help you reach and stay undetectable. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed
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and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash and other symptoms of an allergic reaction, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato. most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. so much goes into who i am. hiv medicine is one part of it. ask your doctor about dovato-i did. ♪
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>> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from the new series, "the hot zone: anthrax," tony goldwyn. plus, a performance from broadway star and recording artist, kristin chenoweth. and kelly and her firstborn son serve up the tasty thanksgiving treat as we continue "live family cooking." and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] >> ryan: hey! hi, guys. hello, deja. >> kelly: thank you. hi. oh.

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