Critics of the administration are demanding answers after former CIA director David Petraeus told lawmakers that terrorism was suspected early on in the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, while UN ambassador Susan Rice called the incident a spontaneous attack. (TODAY)
Mary Thornberry, a 76-year-old American mother trapped in her Cairo apartment, expresses her discontent with what she says is a lack of action from the local U.S. embassy. NBC's Lester Holt reports. (TODAY show)
Passengers refusing to undergo a full body scan must go through a thorough pat-down by airport-security officials, raising concerns over privacy. NBC's Tom Costello reports and TSA administrator John Pistole defends the new procedures.