Transcript for Woman leaps into freezing pool to save dog
numbers as well. We want to turn to Kyra Phillips with the latest headlines. Hey there, Kyra. Reporter: T.J., good to see you. We begin with the memorial. The pool of candlelight as president Biden officially consoling Americans, calling for unity as the administration races to catch up on vaccines now that the devastating winter storms have subsided. A second day of hearings for judge Merrick Garland on his nomination as the next attorney Garland making clear he would get to the bottom of the deadly capitol siege on January 6th, wherever that investigation might lead. The wife of convicted drug kingpin El Chapo due in D.C. District court today on international trafficking charges. His 31-year-old spouse Emma charged with conspiring with her husband to distribute cocaine and heroin and planning to spring him from prison. She was arrested in Virginia. The new pictures from 300 million miles away of perseverance touching down amid the red planet's craters and red dust. Nasa sharing the recordings of Mars' wind churning across the surface. Finally, to the super mom in Tennessee leaping into a frozen pool to save her pitbull sid. In the life and death moment, it was captured on backyard surveillance cam. Jenny Tatum said it was pure adrenaline that fueled her to save her baby. Sid is back home and recovering after a pretty frantic trip to Amy, we understand that poor sid wasn't much of a fan of water or the pool before this happened. Going to kind of be a ruff time moving forward. See what you did there. That was puntastic, Kyra. Reporter: Thank you. You saved me. Are you laughing at me or
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