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we're back now with the nation's housing market. apparently cooling off slightly. we're back now with the nation's housing market apparently cooling off slightly. a new report says home prices just posted their first month-to-month decrease since may of last year. even so, the price of a home is still higher than a year ago. the hottest markets, phoenix, tampa and miami. dr. oz is the highest profile name now running for the u.s. senate. he'll face questions about his controversial positions regarding the pandemic. here's andrea fujii. >> reporter: this morning dr. oz officially jumping into the pennsylvania senate race. >> pennsylvania needs a conservative who will put america first. >> reporter: the heart surgeon turned tv personality who rose to fame on the oprah winfrey show wants to fix problems. >> americans deserve better solutions. doctors are about solutions. >> reporter: he told fox news washington is mishandling the
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pandemic. >> remember the phrase two weeks to flatten the curve? that metastasized into this incredible authoritarianism that did not necessarily make us safer. now they're threatening the same overreach with the omicron. >> reporter: oz has previously faced criticism for some positions, including on schools. >> the opening of schools may only cost us 2% to 3% in total mortality. and any life is a life lost, but to get every child back into a school where they're being educated and fed might be a tradeoff some folks would consider. >> reporter: he later apologized saying he misspoke. he also came under fire for his support of hydroxychloroquine. now he's facing questions about why he's running for office in pennsylvania when he's been a long-time resident of new jersey. oz responding that he went to school in philadelphia and moved back to the state a year ago. >> it feels good to be back. i love this state and will
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represent it honorably. >> dr. oz is joining a crowded field of republican candidates, but sean parnell, the candidate endorsed by former president trump, recently dropped out because of domestic abuse allegations. mona, andrew? >> andrea, thank you. and coming up, the guy who dropped a ring during his proposal, and what happened next. >> i really hope it wasn't on purpose. but first, the adorable locker room pep talk. we're talking about this pint-sized coach, that's coming up next. you're watching "world news now." young man: thanks for having us this weekend mrs. garcy young woman: yeah, thanks mom mother: of course and thank you guys for these gorgeous flowers, so thoughtful. young woman whispering: hey, did you bring the... the condoms? young man whispering: what's up? young woman whispering: condoms young man whispering: cond.. condor? young woman whispering: condor. why would i say condor? condoms! condoms. father: condoms charlie. she wants to know if you brought any condoms.
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find the latest information at i'm lucky to be alive but also still have the limb. >> yeah, that's the g.o.a.t., tiger woods himself, in his first public appearance since february's devastating car wreck. he talked about his rehab, but not the crash that left him with multiple broken bones. he also said a full-time return to golf is not in his future. speaking of future, from golf to hockey, the pep talk that's taking tiktok by storm. >> it is the pint-sized coach motivating all of us.
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our own source of inspiration will ganss is here with more. >> hey, that's right, guys. 1.9 million people have seen this on tiktok and then you throw in instagram and twitter, and countless others so i had to talk to this kid myself. it's the pint-sized pep talk. motivating not only the peter borough petes hockey team in canada. >> legends are made every day, and you could be one of the greats. >> but millions online who have seen cal perks' electric locker room speech. >> so we're going to do whatever it takes to get the w. >> 6-year-old coach cal chosen to give the speech before the petes' game against the ottawa 67s. >> we won't let the 67s get a win in our barn. >> coach cal swapping his sharp suit for christmas jammies to give us the play by play from his own perspective. >> i was trying to get them pumped up. i wanted them to get that pumped up.
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and they got the w, so that was one of my favorite parts. [cheers and applause] >> cal saying he wasn't nervous over the weekend when he gave the speech, because he's used to giving these kinds of pep talks to his own hockey team, practicing on the makeshift rink in his basement. >> tonight is the night we make it happen. each one of us brings something to this team. >> his inspiration for the speeches coming from just about everywhere. >> getting some song lyrics and like some books and some things in my speeches. >> now coach cal's love of the game just as impressive as his knack for inspiring others. what is your advice to people who want to wake up and get the w whether it's on the ice or off of the ice? >> you can be amazing. you just have to work hard for the w. you have to show them what it takes to get the w. >> got to get the w. so i asked cal what he wants to be when he grows up.
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he said a hockey player of course and plans on retiring at 43 or 45, specifically those ages, at which point he'll become a coach or general manager. >> i -- >> i'm fired up. i'm ready to go. >> are you ready to get the w? >> yeah, i am. >> so is the guy in the corner from the moment he said you can be amazing. he was like, yeah, i can be. >> i can. >> tony robbins hasn't said anything. >> real quiet. >> coach cal showed up. >> he had the suit, the double windsor tie, the clipboard. >> the body movements. >> he likes to wear suits to his own hockey games. he wears the suit and changes into the uniform, but this suit they picked out specially for that locker room pep talk. >> so cute. >> it's like a passion for me. it's the innocence. like somewhere around 12 years old we get robbed of that innocence. and so i just love how, like, inspirational he is. he believes in himself. he believes in those players, and he just loves hockey. >> loves hockey, and we love
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him. way to go, coach cal. got the w today. coming up, an epic proposal fumble. we've got that next.
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for the best reverse mortgage solutions. time now for "this happened." although for this, we should say it finally happened. we're starting with an overdue library book that was returned after 110 years. no thanks to mr. bookman from seinfeld, the library cop? >> yes, long overdue. this happened at the main public library in boise, idaho. a copy of the "new chronicles of rebecca", was finally returned after last being checked out in 1911. >> i wonder how many fees were wracked up. that was two years before the federal reserve was even created and two years before there was a federal income tax.
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>> you asked, i have the answer. thankfully, there was no tax or fine for this book. at the time overdue book charges were 2 cents per day which after 110 years would have totaled over $800. i'm glad they returned it. next to a washing machine left running literally. >> this happened in front of an appliance store in turkey. >> you guys, this is like a scene out of a movie, something fom mr. bean or something like that. it was sitting on display on a wheeled trolley when a strong gust of wind propelled it down the sidewalk just barely missing pedestrians. >> how can we be sure this isn't part of the robot revolution, mona? thankfully they were able to catch up to it and stop it returning it to the store before any damage had been done. >> stay ready so you don't have to get ready for the robot revolution. and back here at home to an embarrassing fumble that happened outside of cowboys at&t stadium in dallas. >> so this happened to a guy trying to pop the question.
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video shows the moment nick valdez got on one knee to ask girlfriend kristina for her hand in marriage. >> just then, valdez dropped the engagement ring right inside that fountain behind them forever spoiling a magic moment that had been six months in the making. >> luckily, after a frantic half-hour search, it turned into a fumble recovery, and the girlfriend said yes. >> that's the most important part, right? the ring, everything else, that's all just -- >> hello. >> -- that's just stuff. >> they also have a baby on the way. next year. it's a great year for them. and finally, to a top cat traveling the streets of london in style. >> this happened on a bike. travis nelson captured this video of him and his cat exploring the streets. >> in the clip, the 4-year-old sits comfortably inside her basket, enjoying the passing scenery while her owner pedals away. i was in brooklyn, i think, and
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