Brian Williams previews Monday night s broadcast.
Richard Engel reports from the Turkish border near the Syrian town of Kobani, where ISIS militants are advancing.
Lester Holt previews Sunday night's broadcast.
Japanese rescuers resumed operations and at least 31 people died after Mount Ontake erupted Saturday.
This pre-historic monster ruled the land and may also have been king of the water.
Backers are hoping to cash in by backing pot-related startups.
Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky is the first grandchild of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Some of music's biggest stars participated in the Global Citizen Festival, which has a goal of ending extreme poverty by 2030.
A semi-truck slammed into a bus that was carrying North Central Texas College's female softball team.
The enterovirus mimics cold and polio symptoms and has health officials on alert.
People wanting to get a piece of outlaw country superstar Waylon Jennings can bid on a bevy of collectibles, including Willie Nelson's braids.
Mount Ontake sent hot gas, ash and rock two miles into the sky when it erupted.
Lester Holt previews Saturday night s broadcast.
The U.S. warns that the fight against ISIS could last for years and airstrikes alone won t win the battle.
In 2012, Camden saw record-high violence. Today, homicides are down 53 percent and violent crime is down 21 percent, as Brian Williams reports.
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