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An 86-year-old Holocaust survivor says a North Carolina nail salon tried to charge her an extra $30 fee because she is in a wheelchair. WECT's Ashlea Kosikowski reports. (NBC News)
Instead of getting paid for officiating nuptials, county clerk Mary Melfi gives the money to a group that helps victims of domestic violence in New Jersey. NBC's Diana Alvear reports. (TODAY)
As new details emerge about the Secret Service prostitution scandal in Cartagena, Colombia, the White House is defending the agency's director. NBC's Mark Potter reports. (TODAY)
After a huge uproar, Bank of America has dropped its controversial plan to charge customers $5 a month for using its debit card. (TODAY)
Bank of America Tuesday abandoned its controversial plans to charge customers $5 a month for using their debit card to make purchases. NBC's Tom Costello reports.
Bank of America announced Thursday that it would start charging customers a $5 monthly fee to use a debit card. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
The CEO of Spirit Airlines, Ben Baldanza talks about a new fee his airlines is charging for customers who wish to talk with a customer service representative.
Continental Airlines will now charge passengers as much as $59 for extra leg room on exit-row seats, despite the added responsibility. NBC's Brian Williams reports. (Nightly News)