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London's Tube network was established 150 years ago this week. From its debut in 1863 to providing protection from Nazi bombs and now Oyster cards, ITV's Ria Chatterjee reports on how the world's first subway system has evolved. (NBC News)
New Year's Day this year marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, which effectively broke the back of the slave trade. NBC's Ron Mott reports. (Nightly News)
New Year's Day marks the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation – when President Lincoln sign an order that broke the back of the slave trade. NBC's Ron Mott reports. (Nightly News)
Just hours after "Big Tex" burned to the ground, the Stratosphere strands riders high above the Texas State Fair. (NBCNews.com)
Caroline Jhingory weighed over 300 pounds when she found out she was pre-diabetic, and tells TODAY this was the wakeup call that made her determined to become "Joy Fit." (TODAY)
NBC's Ron Mott reports from Fort Sumter in South Carolina, where the first shots of the Civil War sounded 150 years ago Tuesday. (Nightly News)
The man in Mexico broke the old Guinness World Record for the fastest speed of a barefoot water skier. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports. (TODAY )
The Formula Rossa rollercoaster, in the new Ferrari World theme park in Abu Dhabi, gives riders the sensation that they're flying along in a Formula 1 racer. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.
Hurricane Igor could strengthen to a Category 5 storm and may skirt Bermuda with strong winds, but it's expected to stay well away from the U.S. coast. NBC's Brian Williams reports. (Nightly News)