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NBC's Dr. Tanya Benenson explains prevention is the priority during flu season and it's not too late to get a vaccine. But if you do come down with the flu, it's important to avoid going to work until you are no longer contagious. (Nightly News)
NBC's Luke Russert explains why House Speaker John Boehner's Tuesday meeting with House Republicans is critical to the Senate-approved fiscal deal. (msnbc)
NBC's Chuck Todd takes a look at how the different counties in Florida may end up deciding presidential voting in the critical swing state. (NBC News)
Mike Florio breaks down the biggest injuries around the league including the Redskins losing TE Fred Davis for the rest of the year. (NBC Sports)
NBC's John Yang gets the pulse of Virginia voters at the Richmond Folk Festival. (msnbc)
GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Obama were on the campaign trail, Saturday, asking voters for support. NBC's Brian Mooar reports. (NBC News)
NBC's Chuck Todd, Savannah Guthrie and Tom Brokaw join Brian Williams to discuss the events of the last day of the Democratic National Convention. (Nightly News)
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney hammered President Obama's economic record while campaigning in Ohio and Florida on Saturday. NBC's Ron Mott reports. (Nightly News)
NBC's Jim Maceda traveled to remote East Siberia to meet father and son scientists Sergei and Nikita Zimov, who have spent their lives searching for clues which may halt global warming.
Parliamentary elections are not only crucial to the people of Iraq, but to American forces serving abroad. NBC's chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel, reports.