In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," a seven-year-old boy jumps into action to save his friend from being kidnapped. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports.
Kaylen Woodard may look like a regular little kid but his story proves you can be tiny and mighty.
Last week, Kaylen was playing outside with his 10-year old neighbor Marcy when a man got out of a car and tried to grab her.
Kaylen acted quickly and kicked the man in the leg and the suspect left.
Tracey Edwards, Marcy's mom, says "We call him our little hero... we were blessed that he was there."
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Last night, the second longest winning streak in "Jeopardy's" 30 seasons came to an end when 31-year-old Julia Collins walked away with $428,100. She trails only Ken Jennings, "Jeopardy's" grand master who won 74 straight games a decade ago.
Julia has since rebounded from her loss and stopped by "New Day" this morning to discuss her historic run. While here, she took some time backstage to play a couple rounds with our "New Day" team. She served up clues that she herself was asked during game play (one of which she got wrong!).
Check them out below and see if you can fare as well as Julia (If you need to cheat, the correct responses at the bottom!).
1) CATEGORY: Fill in the Movie Titles, VALUE: $600
“2 very different films: ‘Coming ___' and '___ Alone'”
2) CATEGORY: The Hair Apparent, VALUE: $1000
“Yeah, baby! Let’s do this 4-letter ‘do, cut in slightly uneven, overlapping layers downward from the crown”
3) CATEGORY: English Literature, VALUE: $2000
“This D.H. Lawrence novel continued the stories of sisters Ursula and Gudun Brangwen, who first appeared in ‘The Rainbow’
4) CATEGORY: Science and Scientists, VALUE: $1600 (Julia got this one wrong!)
“Fritz Haber won a Nobel Prize for producing this gas from hydrogen and nitrogen”
RESPONSE 1) What is home?
RESPONSE 2) What is “Women in Love?”
RESPONSE 3) What is “the shag?”
RESPONSE 4) What is “ammonia?” (during the show, Julia had no answer)
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