An independent panel's report on the Benghazi consulate attacks cites management failures at senior levels in Washington that resulted in "grossly inadequate" security. NBC's Andrea Mitchell reports. (TODAY)
Cyberspace could become the world's next major battlefield, according to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. In a national call to arms, Panetta warns the threat is already here. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports. (TODAY)
Chris Matthews talks to former CEO of GE Jack Welch, who made news Friday morning for accusing the Labor Department of cooking the books on the good September jobs report to make President Obama look good. Welch doubles down on his accusations, though he says he has no evidence. (Hardball)
Nov. 29: Pierce County, Wash,, sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer, says one of the four officers that was shot and killed by a gunman apparently struggled with the suspect, getting off a few shots. Watch his news conference.