Advertising agency Thinkmodo is using a new viral video to promote the film "Dead Man Down," but the prank showing unsuspecting people discovering an attempted murder in progress as elevator doors open is stirring controversy. NBC's Mara Schiavocampo reports. (TODAY)
PFT Live: Tim Tebow and Rex Ryan reportedly had a disagreement about Ryan's decision not to start Tebow. Mike Florio explains why Tebow shouldn't pretend to be content in his current situation with the Jets. (NBC Sports)
Legal experts Star Jones and Steve Adubato talk about singer Justin Bieber's scuffle with a paparazzo, which raised the issue of how far these photographers will go to get a picture. NBC's Kristen Dahlgren reports. (TODAY)
Keith Shannon speaks about friend and roommate Scott Olsen, who was critically injured during the Occupy Oakland demonstrations. Onlookers say Olsen, a former Iraq veteran who served with Shannon, was wounded after being hit in the head by a tear gas canister thrown by police.
A controversial new billboard in New York City claims that the womb is the "most dangerous place for an African American." Chris Jansing moderates a discussion about the anti-abortion campaign. (msnbc tv)
Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski bring you a special program counting down the most influential Americans of the 21st Century (so far) as determined by a poll. But what does "influence" mean, exactly? (Morning Joe)
Growing up, TODAY's Jenna Wolfe turned her bedroom into a shrine for her childhood icon, actor Michael J. Fox. Years later, the anchor reflects on object the at the center of those passionate pre-teen years.
Susan Levin with Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine talks about a new commercial her group launched taking aim at McDonalds for the health risks that are associated with eating high fat foods.