17-year-old Joe Chambers is a hero.
When a Philadelphia police officer's squad car burst into flames, Chambers and another man pulled him out.
Chambers said he just did what anyone else would do.
Happy Election Day, America. Things have changed since the last time everyone went to the polls. Then, Barack Obama was re-elected to a second four-year term. Now, he's been largely benched by his party, spending less time on the campaign trail than his much more popular wife, first lady Michelle Obama, former president Bill Clinton and potential future presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Midterm elections are more local affairs and the issues vary from contest to contest.
But midterms have national consequences, and what happens Tuesday will help determine what President Obama can get done in his final two years in office. It will tee up the coming 2016 presidential contest and give Americans the chance to try on a more powerful GOP as they start to think about who should be the next president.
But first comes Tuesday and here is what's going to happen:
#1 – There will be a surprise – Something we're listing below won't end up happening. This is an election and it isn't over yet. Voters are fickle and polls aren't perfect and predictions are even less so. So tune in to CNN Politics all day and night Tuesday. We will be here and it will be exciting.
Shoshana Roberts is at the center of the Internet's current obsession: the PSA showing a day's worth of catcalling.
"It is a typical day," she says. "You don't know how fast it can escalate. You are thinking, 'What's going to be next? Are these people going to reach out and grab me?'"
Watch the full interview above and tweet us what you think with #NewDay.
Here's the PSA:
In today’s edition of the Good Stuff, a motorcyclist’s good deed goes viral.
Rhino Hooten always wears a helmet cam riding his motorcycle to work, just in case he gets in an accident. Not sure how that would help him, but it did capture an overturned car with a driver trapped inside.
"When she was snared in her seatbelt, it was wrapped around her upper body. Her suffocating was my thought... she was panicking; she couldn't get out," Hooten said.
Another driver who had also stopped to help was calling for a knife to cut the seatbelt.
Hooten worked quickly, freeing the driver with a pocket knife just as smoke started coming from the car.
Hooten’s footage has gone viral with over 600,000 views. He said the attention has been surprising, but he did what just came naturally to him.
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