From 1999 to 2001, Tyler Hamilton was Lance Armstrong's teammate, helping him capture his first three Tour de France titles. He tells Matt Lauer he believes Armstrong is "definitely sorry" and "did the right thing, finally." (TODAY)
The anti-missile system made in Israel and helped by American money, recognizes which rockets will hit an inhabited area and knocks them out while ignoring the others. NBC's Martin Fletcher reports. (Nightly News)
Actor Eugene Levy returns to the big screen as an investment banker in "Madea's Witness Protection," and tells TODAY's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb that is was a huge honor to work with iconic director and producer Tyler Perry. (TODAY)
NBC's Chief Foreign Correspondent Richard Engel speaks with NBC military analysts Col. Jack Jacobs (ret) and Gen. Barry McCaffrey (ret) on Iran's nuclear program and the possibility of a confrontation in the Strait of Hormuz.
David Gregory, moderator of Meet the Press, tells TODAY's Ann Curry the Tea Party had a "huge impact" on the bipartisan deal reached by congressional leaders to raise the debt ceiling. NBC's Tom Brokaw also joins the conversation. (TODAY)