NBC's Lester Holt and former NTSB crash investigator discuss the theory that the missing Malaysian jet crashed into the ocean in one piece.
West, Texas residents try to rebuild and remember the 15 who died last year after a fertilizer plant explosion. Kurt Gregory reports.
Rek LeCounte, Richard Socarides and Krystal Ball discuss the shifting positions of many conservatives on gay marriage. Plus, the panel discusses Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid s remarks on the militiamen who jumped to the aid of rancher Cliven Bundy.
The captain of the sunken South Korean ferry, now under arrest and facing five charges, was reportedly among the first to abandon ship.
Betsy Woodruff joins to discuss Vermont s proposed law to require all food containing genetically-modified ingredients to be labeled accordingly.
TODAY S Tamron Hall, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist show off some of our viewer-submitted Easter traditions photos, including hilarious dog in bunny ears.
Cliven Bundy's supporters celebrate with a Nevada barbecue after winning an armed standoff against the federal government.
Blake Zeff talks about how the presidential primary process can be good for Democrats, but perilous for the more fringe-controlled Republicans.
In the wake of the ferry disaster, entertainment is on hiatus in South Korea.
A 24-year-old Florida father admits to killing his infant son so he could have more time to play video games. WFLA's Chip Osowski reports.
A 24-year-old mother s violent death in St. Augustine, Florida sets off a battle between her family and a powerful local Sheriff. In the family s cross hairs is the victim s boyfriend, a Sheriff s deputy named Jeremy Banks, who speaks out for the first time on Dateline.
The ongoing investigation into an anti-Semitic leaflet has world leaders reacting after reports people in Eastern Ukraine handed out the leaflets to Jews leaving a synagogue. At the same time, Russia agrees to refrain from more provocative action in Ukraine but not to withdraw its estimated 40,000 troops along the border.
The Obama administration is hoping to encourage more business entrepreneurs by creating a new council to help startups. Former AOL CEO Steve Case talks with Andrea Mitchell about the initiative and the national push for immigration reform.
Residents in Portland, Ore., are questioning the city s plans to drain a water reservoir after security video captured a 19-year-old man urinating in it. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
NBC s Mark Murray joins NewsNation to discuss Obama s press conference on the latest Affordable Care Act numbers as well as all the latest political headlines.
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