The granddaughters of former president of South African Nelson Mandela are starring in a new reality show about their family, called "Being Madela," which documents their life as part of South Africa's unofficial "first family." TODAY's Lester Holt reports. (TODAY)
The international community is condemning North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket, with the US and its allies calling it a test of technology that Pyongyang would need to mount a nuclear warhead on a missile. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports. (TODAY)
Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning, who changed the music industry with their of file sharing service Napster, talk with TODAY's Lester Holt about their new social media venture, Airtime, which allows strangers to video-chat with one another. (TODAY)
Seventy-five years after the disappearance of Amelia Earhart, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is lending her support to a new investigation into the mystery surrounding the famed aviator's final flight. NBC's Chris Jansing reports. (TODAY)
Penn State's board of trustees launched a formal investigation of the child sex abuse charges against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, as the school prepares for its first football game in decades without Coach Joe Paterno. NBC's Ron Mott has more.
A Massachusetts graduate student was taken into federal custody, accused of scheming to fly large-scale model planes filled with explosives into federal buildings. NBC's Pete Williams reports.