A desperate search is underway to find beloved New Orleans teacher – Terrilynn Monette – who vanished nearly three weeks ago. Terrilynn's sister, Kandice Enclade and their mother Toni, join NewsNation to discuss the disappearance. (NewsNation)
With the holiday travel season in full force, some flyers may find themselves stranded with a departure board full of delayed or cancelled flights. With big crowds and bad winter weather, TODAY's Dylan Dreyer offers a guide to gate-crashing. (TODAY)
The presidential campaigns are continuing to wage an aggressive back and forth, especially in Ohio. But the devastating impact of Sandy will likely put a wrench in many East Coast residents' plans to vote, as well as the tallying of those votes. NBC's Chuck Todd reports. (Nightly News)
President Barack Obama reunites with his family for a holiday vacation in Hawaii, his home state, after signing a payroll tax cut extension. NBC's White House Correspondent Kristen Welker reports.
Republican leaders in the House postponed a vote on House Speaker John Boehner's debt plan, because the Congressional Budget Office said the bill will not produce the $1 trillion in budget savings Boehner promised. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports. (TODAY)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge aren't going on a honeymoon right away after all. The couple will stay in Britain for the weekend before Prince William returns to military duty. Historian Andrew Roberts discusses the reason for postponed honeymoon. (TODAY)