The First Lady welcomed military families into the White House to kick off the holiday season. NBC's Shawna Thomas reports.
Millions of Americans are living in regions of the country under a severe cold spell. From whirling snow to icy rain, the freeze is even threatening a billion dollar crop industry in California. NBC s Miguel Almaguer reports.
Even after losing her ticket and failing to claim her winnings, Canadian lotto officials found Kathryn Jones and awarded her the jackpot. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Big chill to impact millions across US; Arctic air on the move; Teachers on Newtown 911 tapes remarkably calm ; Stolen truck carrying radioactive material found in Mexico; Is driver fatigue to blame for train derailment?; Massive mission to rescue pilot whales; Obama calls for minimum wage hike; Wounded soldiers journey to safety out of Afghanistan; Newsweek to print edition to return in 2014; Woman who inspired Top Gun named Deputy Defense Secretary; Canadian officials track down $50 million lotto winner; Little girl startled at Sunny s exuberant greeting; Unlikely millionaire bequeaths riches to her town.
In light of the Metro-North train derailment, NTSB Chairman Deborah Hersman discusses why fatigue is a serious issue in the transportation industry.
In the backcountry of Everglades National Park, scientists and park officials are tending to a pack of whales trapped and dehydrated in shallow water. NBC s Mark Potter reports.
After having gone web-only last year, Newsweek magazine will begin printing issues again on a subscription-only basis. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
In some parts of the country wind chills are 30 below zero. And as temperatures continue to nosedive, there will be heavy ice accumulation near Dallas. The Weather Channel s Mike Seidel reports.
In the first minutes of Sunday s emergency response the engineer told police he had zoned out just before the crash something sleep researchers say sounds like a sleep attack. NBC s Tom Costello reports.
A long-retired first grade teacher who died a couple of years ago in Simsbury, Conn., lived very simply and wasn t aware of how many riches she had not until her lawyer discovered she was actually quite wealthy. NBC s Harry Smith reports.
Authorities in Mexico say the search is over for radioactive material, Colbalt-60, that was stolen on its way to a disposal plant. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
A growing income gap is eroding the American dream, President Obama said Wednesday. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
First Ladies Jacqueline Kennedy, Pat Nixon, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton and Laura Bush show the White House Christmas decorations.
During a viewing of the White House Christmas decorations, the Obamas Portuguese water dog jumped on a visiting 2-year-old. After the initial shock wore off, there were many kisses and pats on the head. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Christine Fox became the highest-ranking woman ever to serve in the Pentagon. NBC s Brian Williams reports.