NBC s Richard Engel updates us on the situation in the Middle East
He tells David Gregory, We don t want a poverty management system that simply perpetuates poverty
David Blotter and Leeman Parker wowed the judges of NBC s America s Got Talent, advancing to the talent show s live rounds, and they brought their hit act to the TODAY plaza.
David Brooks, Judy Woodruff, Ruth Marcus and Nia-Malika Henderson discuss the debate a New York Times editorial may have sparked.
On Sunday night's broadcast: Heavy storms are threatening more than 100 million people from the mid-Atlantic to the northeast. An Ebola outbreak has killed more than 670 people in West Africa including one American doctor trying to aid the sick.The buzz behind legalizing pot is growing louder as the New York Times endorsed decriminalizing the drug. Ricochet is a surfing superstar who helps teach the disabled to hang ten, too.
Between the conflict in Israel and the evacuation of the U.S. embassy in Libya, some are questioning the effectiveness of U.S. foreign policy. David Gregory discusses with TODAY s Lester Holt whether U.S. foreign policy is working or operating in tatters.
A flag honoring a fallen marine is found during a garage sale and is returned to the marine s mother.
Fighting resumed in the Mideast as the temporary humanitarian cease-fire came to an end Saturday. NBC s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
Ricochet is a dog that allows disabled children to surf by helping them balance on the board.
Both Israel and Hamas launched attacks during what was to be a reprieve in the fighting, and the death tolls from the weeks-long war continued to rise.
Philadelphia is expanding its manhunt for two suspects accused of mowing down a family, killing three children and leaving a mother fighting for her life. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
An Ebola outbreak has killed more than 670 people in West Africa including one American doctor trying to aid the sick.
Treasure hunters are flocking to Yellowstone National Park, hunting for what they believe is a multimillion-dollar hidden treasure. Park rangers say the hunt is not only illegal but dangerous. NBC s Janet Shamlian reports.
New York s senior senator talks U.S. role in that country.
Organized primarily through Facebook, hundreds flocked to Central Park to participate in its annual water fight on the Great Lawn Saturday afternoon. Jenna Wolfe reports from the Orange Room.
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