Investigators have told NBC News that they cannot rule out the possibility that border agent Nicolas Ivie, who was shot and killed Tuesday morning, may have been a casualty of "friendly fire." NBC's Mark Potter reports. (Nightly News)
Jessica Ghawi had a dream: To collect and donate sports equipment to needy kids. She was killed in the Aurora shootings in July but her family is realizing her vision. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports. (Nightly News)
An accidental drowning fueled by drug use has been ruled the official cause of Whitney Houston's death. Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC's chief medical correspondent, talks to NBC's Willie Geist about what role the drugs in Houston's system may have played in her death. (TODAY)
The reopened investigation into the death of film icon Natalie Wood has brought back painful memories for the star's friends and family. Lana Wood tells TODAY's Matt Lauer the reopening of the death probe is like having to "relive" her sister's death. (TODAY)
Defense lawyers in the trial of Michael Jackson's former doctor Conrad Murray chipped away at the prosecution's case Friday. They showed the jury how Jackson likely took the drugs that killed him. NBC's Jeff Rossen has the story.
Thirty years after the collapse of Argentina's brutal military dictatorship, Alfredo Astiz, the so-called "Blond Angel of Death" and 11 others have been jailed for human rights abuses. Europe's Channel 4's Jonathan Miller reports.
Nine-year-old Rachel Beckwith's only wish for her birthday was to raise $300 to provide clean water for poor countries in Africa. Now, after her death in a tragic accident, more than $1million has been raised in her honor. (TODAY)
Mother Marie Lourdes Andre is suing the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon, saying they forced her college-student son George Desdunes to partake in a night of binge drinking, which ultimately led to his death. (TODAY)