The newly elected pope met this morning with the cardinals who appointed him less than 48 hours ago, reportedly refusing to deliver the homily prepared for him in favor of speaking to them off the cuff. NBC's Natalie Morales reports. (TODAY)
There has not been a glimpse of Olympian Oscar Pistorius since he was released on bail, accused of murdering his girlfriend, but friends and family arrived at his uncle's house last night for a memorial for Reeva Steenkamp. NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports. (TODAY)
Jennifer Livingston, the local news anchor from LaCrosse, Wis., who made waves back in October for responding on air to a viewer who criticized her weight, talks about life since she spoke out, saying she was surprised by the attention her response drew. (TODAY)
In the first returns of the evening, President Barack Obama holds on to Vermont while GOP candidate Mitt Romney wins Indiana and Kentucky. NBC's Brian Williams, David Gregory and Savannah Guthrie discuss the implications. (NBC News)
Egyptian protesters and military rulers end their battles, but a political standoff remains as parliamentary elections are slated to begin Monday. NBC News' Correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin reports from Tahrir Square.