and a 30-tablet free trial. We'll turn now to the instant index, starting with the picture creating quite a buzz. The shark caught not once but twice. This you have to see to believe. The fisherman... See More
and a 30-tablet free trial. We'll turn now to the instant index, starting with the picture creating quite a buzz. The shark caught not once but twice. This you have to see to believe. The fisherman reeling in the feisty shark, determined not to let it get away. From out of the blue, a bigger great white emarriages from the water eating the smaller shark. In the end the fisherman's only catch was this image right here. Everyone on the boat, just fine, though. To the video from mars where the rover is gearing up for its own resolution, setting off to climb its first martian mountain. It's three-mile hike up. In the meantime, he's been zapping rocks, scooping up dirt and snapping portraits, turning the lens back on itself. This is what it sees. Our number tonight, 17 million, that's how many pieces of confetti are ready to be dropped tomorrow night when the ball drops tomorrow night. All that colored confetti is made by hand. If you're there tomorrow night, look closely, you may find a written wish from one of the many visitors. Tourists were allowed to make a wish and write it on the confetti. Bags of it have already been tested. If something catches your eye, you can tweet me @davidmuir on twitter. When we come back, your resolutions for the new year. And I honestly didn't think I would ever
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