PFT Live: Mike Florio looks at how the hiring of Greg Knapp as Oakland's new offensive coordinator will impact Carson Palmer. Knap runs a West Coast offense, which isn't something Palmer is used to. (NBC Sports)
As the self-imposed deadline looms for Congress' debt-cutting "super committee" to recommend more than $1 trillion in budget savings, Congressional leaders conceded that talks were near failure. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell reports. (TODAY)
Newsweek's Niall Ferguson joins Morning Joe from London to talk about the Obama administration's handling of the events in Egypt and what his foreign policy strategy should be going forward. (Morning Joe)
The 5-story-tall, 300-ton piece of machinery that should have stopped the largest oil spill in U.S. history will be transported to a NASA facility where engineers will try to piece together why it didn't seal the well. NBC's Anne Thompson reports.
Dec. 29: Interrupting his holiday in Hawaii, President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the missed signals leading up to the Christmas Day jetliner bombing attempt were "totally unacceptable." NBC's Chuck Todd reports. (Nightly News)