Instant Index: 'Frozen' Gifts Are Number 1, Bumping Off Barbie

David Muir reveals the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
0:58 | 11/26/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: 'Frozen' Gifts Are Number 1, Bumping Off Barbie
Straight to the index and to Paris, that dramatic jewel heist in the shadow of the eiffel tower today. Two armed men speeding down a busy street. Police in hot pursuit, exchanging fire. The men suspected of stealing precious jewels and cash. The suspects later hiding in a hair salon. Tonight, those suspects now in custody. The jewels, recovered. Did you see that moment last night, so many talking about it. The Buffalo bills game, tight end Scott Chandler celebrating after a touchdown. Wait for it. Here he goes. Betending to shovel the snow, a nod to the hardy souls of Buffalo after seven feet of snow. And move over, Barbie. There could be a new girl in town. For the first time, Elsa and the gang from "Frozen," the number one gift for girls. Knocking Barbie from the top spot, where she has reigned for more than a decade. There's a new song in town. Legos, still the most popular gift for boys.

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