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Fans all across Baltimore stormed the streets following the Ravens' Super Bowl win, causing several roads to be closed as celebrations turned destructive. WBAL's Sarah Sampson reports. (NBC News)
Matt Lauer takes a look at the past week on TODAY, from Hillary Clinton's hospitalization and the fiscal cliff negotiations to financial advice from Warren Buffett. (TODAY)
Aaron Rodgers interview (NBC Sports)
Stevie Johnson on his excessive celebration penalities. (NBC Sports)
NBC's Adrienne Mong reports on the scene in Libya after the ousted dictator's killing. (TODAY)
Thousands of Yemenis celebrated President Ali Abdullah Saleh's departure, but others worry the embattled president will return and spark a civil war. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports. (Nightly News)
Between unpredictable weather and the still-suffering economy, 2010 was a pretty rough year--but all that is being set aside as people around the world celebrate to ring in the new year. NBC's Martin Fletcher reports. (Nightly News)
The brightest full moon of the year is celebrated across Asia with the traditional Harvest Moon or Mid-Autumn Festival. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.
More than 30 people were wounded during the celebrations, which were marked with firecrackers and fireworks. Msnbc.com's Dara Brown reports. (msnbc.com)