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Freedom fighter and South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela, died on Thursday at the age of 95. Tina Brown, Chuck Todd, David Gregory and Mandela biographer Rick Stengel discuss.
Colin Powell remembers the late South African president saying Nelson Mandela “freed white people as well as black people and put the country on a path to a better future.”
On the TODAY plaza, Al Roker encountered a fan with a spectacular homemade Christmas sweater that featured a red-nosed reindeer’s head protruding in front – and a furry backside bulging in back. Al’s reaction is just a priceless as the sweater.
As Americans reflect on the legacy of the former South African president, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell takes a look back on the struggles and controversy Mandela faced on the global stage, including his time as an enemy of the United States.
Sometimes man’s best friend emits foul scents. But dog trainer Andrea Arden says that such steps as consistent grooming and cleaning under your dog’s ear flap can make snuggling a lot more enjoyable.
Reacting to the news about an app that can supposedly gauge a place’s happiness by how much its residents smile on social media, Willie Geist, Al Roker and guest anchor Jenna Bush Hager debate whether people are actually happy in those photos.
President Obama recently explained that he has to keep using his loyal Blackberry device because the security settings on the iPhone aren’t strong enough for him. He also revealed that only 10 people know his personal e-mail address.
“Our people have lost a father,” President Jacob Zuma said as preparations for Nelson Mandela’s funeral, expected to last 10 days, are underway. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports.
An Ohio coffee shop is showing compassion by starting a food drive for a man who stole from its tip jar. But are arguing via social media that the food drive is rewarding bad behavior. TODAY’s Matt Lauer reports.
Top Talkers: Freedom fighter and South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela, died on Thursday at the age of 95. Rev. Al Sharpton, Richard Haass, Jon Meacham, Katty Kay and Charlayne Hunter-Gault remember Mandela's life.
In November, 200,000 jobs were added and the unemployment rate fell to 7.0%. Brian Shactman reports and a MJ panel discusses.
The former Secretary of State said that America could learn something from the legacy of the iconic leader.
Former Secretary of State James Baker honors the legacy of Nelson Mandela, saying he was a man of “endearing and enduring dignity.”
Tom Brokaw recalls being in South Africa when then-freedom fighter and future South African President, Nelson Mandela, was released from prison. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., also joins the discussion.