Lawyers on both sides are finalizing details of a settlement which compensates former players and funds medical research.
An estimated 250,000 civilians are going hungry on both sides of the civil war that is tearing apart Syria. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
The FDA has seen no evidence that antibacterial products actually prevent the spread of germs – they may in fact present bigger health risks. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
Harold Camping, the evangelical minister who predicted the world would end numerous times, has died at the age of 92. He is survived by his wife, Shirley. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Ira Curry of Stone Mountain, Ga., said she bought just one Mega Millions ticket and chose the numbers herself, using family birthdays and her family’s lucky number. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
NASA says two astronauts will perform a series of three spacewalks to repair a broken cooling pump on the International Space Station. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Syrians who’ve fled to refugee camps in Lebanon now must battle miserable winter weather conditions. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
California Lottery Merchant, Thuy Nguyen, sold one of two winning tickets for the Mega Million 636-million dollar jackpot, resulting in a one-million dollar prize. The owner of Jenny’s Gifts, in San Jose, Calif., Nguyen migrated from Vietnam 20 years ago.
The actor who starred in films such as “Lawrence of Arabia” and “The Last Emperor” died at age 81 following a lengthy illness. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports.
Utah is already getting hit with winter weather, and the storm is set to move across the Midwest Friday before heading to the Northeast. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Historian Lorraine McConaghy on the mystery and excitement surrounding what may be blocking the progress of boring a tunnel and how it captivated Seattle.
Those with canceled healthcare plans can now apply for a “hardship exemption” which was originally only available to people under 30 who are facing serious financial hardships. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
Ray Price, born Noble Ray Price, topped the country music charts with hits such as “City Lights” and “Make the World Go Away.” NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Cecil Williams, who is blind, fainted and fell onto the New York City subway tracks. His dog, Orlando, quickly jumped in the tracks and cowered between the tracks as the train rolled over them. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
The Food and Drug Administration has announced it wants the makers of antibacterial soaps and body washes to prove their products are as safe and effective as regular soap and water.