Part of TODAY s 'Shine a Light' series, TODAY s Lester Holt, Erica Hill, Jenna Wolfe and Dylan Dreyer helped host a health fair in Baltimore, bringing people together with exercise, healthy cooking and health checkups.
On Sunday's broadcast: The manhunt for alleged Pennsylvania cop shooter Eric Frein continues, and authorities believe they are very close to apprehending him. Authorities and volunteers continue searching for missing UVA student Hannah Graham. Her parents say someone knows something. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in New York to call for action on climate change.
After seven years with the Weekend TODAY team, Jenna Wolfe is moving on as TODAY s full-time health and wellness correspondent. To celebrate her last day with Weekend TODAY, Lester Holt, Erica Hill and Dylan Dreyer share their best memories with Jenna.
An explaination of England's attempts to regulate colonial trade by passing the Navigation Acts which include adding new taxes and controlling seaports. Americans are angered by the legislation even though it helps stimulate the economy.
NBC's Lester Holt revisits the story of Rosa Parks, who refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama bus. Within days of her arrest, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. called on black citizens to boycott segregated public buses.
Remake of the original, about a skeptical little girl and her cynical mother finding something to believe in when a department store Santa Claus claims to be the real thing. All he has to do now is prove it in court.
CNBC's Suze Orman talks about the best ways to take advantage of changes in tax laws to save money in 2009.
During their third presidential debate, John McCain questions whether Barack Obama's economic proposals would help the middle class. McCain cites "Joe the Plumber," a small business owner who had complained that Obama's plan would raise his taxes.
Waiting for President Kennedy's complete inaugural address and ceremony to get underway, Huntley & Brinkley broadcast bits of the day's news -- including, Castro's executions and an approaching east coast snow storm.
America's war in Vietnam veers out of control in 1968.
Aaron Wilkinson insists his tale of an impending murder-for-hire plot is true. But will investigators believe him before it's too late?
Rebecca Alexander is slowly losing her sight and her hearing because of a genetic disease called Usher Syndrome. In her new book, Not Fade Away, Alexander shares how she makes her own life happen. I don t have time to sit around and wait, she says. TODAY s Lester Holt sat down with Rebecca and her brother, NBC s Peter Alexander.
A few miles from where Aaron Wilkinson rolls out his story of an impending murder, Charleston socialites Chris and Nancy Latham's bitter divorce battle is about to end in court. But if what the heroin addict is telling investigators is true, one of the Lathams isn't supposed to live long enough to see it through.
On Saturday's broadcast: White House security is breached; FBI expands manhunt and California's drought drives water wars.
It was late. Early April 2013, during the peak of the spring tourist invasion, in Charleston, South Carolina. For officer Daniel Wilson it was a typical night on America street. And then? Then something happens that is not typical at all.
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