'Nightline' Daily Line, Nov. 29: Nightline Investigation: Dangerous Discipline for Autistic, Disabled Kids

5:29 p.m. ET: BREAKING: The United Nations voted overwhelmingly Thursday to recognize a Palestinian state, a long-sought victory for the Palestinians but an embarrassing diplomatic defeat for the United States.

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3:48 p.m. ET: Bo Bo Bo - Christmas at the White House:

12:10 p.m. ET: NIGHTLINE EXCLUSIVE: Thousands of autistic and disabled schoolchildren have been injured and dozens have died after being restrained by poorly trained teachers and school aides who tried to subdue them using at times unduly harsh techniques, an ABC News investigation has found.

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10: 55 a.m. ET: Spanx, the not-so-secret, must-have under garment for looking slim and trim, began as a simple idea to conceal pantylines and cellulite, and has since evolved into a billion-dollar multi-product shapewear empire.

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Tonight on "Nightline," Spanx inventor and founder Sara Blakely talks about her journey to creating her product - Read more about her story HERE - and also offers tips for aspiring entrepreneurs HERE.

10: 01 a.m. ET: Looks like we have a winner…

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Winning tickets for the record Powerball jackpot worth more than $587 million were purchased in Arizona and Missouri. Missouri Lottery official Susan Goedde confirmed to ABC News this morning that one of the winning tickets was purchased at a Trex Mart in Dearbord, Mo. The holder of the ticket has not come forward.

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