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Hundreds of women in Ireland are protesting, calling for legislative change after the death of Savita Halappanavar, who died after her requests for an abortion were rejected by her Irish doctors. NBC's Jim Maceda reports. (Nightly News)
TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas shows off a collection of luck-themed gifts to mark St. Patrick's Day, such as four-leaf clover pendants and charmed pencils. (TODAY)
Beginning a four-nation European tour with a celebration of his Irish roots, President Obama is greeted by thoussands in Ireland. NBC's Kristen Welker reports. (NewsNation)
Passengers aboard an Irish ship bound for Gaza say they won't divert to an Israeli port, but won't resist should Israeli soldiers board their ship. NBC's Tom Aspell reports.
Activists on an Irish-owned aid ship en route to Gaza say they will not stop at Israel's port of Ashdod to unload, thus creating fears of another raid. NBC's Andrea Mitchell has more details.
Jimmy Clausen says he's excited for coaches to get to know him outside of the Notre Dame fishbowl, and Golden Tate says it would be a dream to play for Charlie Weis again in K.C. (NBC Sports)
Jan. 7: Actor Matthew Goode speaks with TODAY's Hoda Kotb and guest host Piers Morgan about his new movie "Leap Year," co-starring Amy Adams.