PFT Live: Newsday columnist Bob Glauber stops by to break down recent developments in the ongoing concussion lawsuits between the NFL and former players. The lawsuits were presented in front of a federal court yesterday, but the ruling could take months. (NBC Sports)
Lance Armstrong's deceptions might deplete his estimated $125 million net worth now that the cyclist is facing a federal whistleblower lawsuit as well as an attempt by SCA Promotions to recoup Armstrong's paid bonuses. NBC's Anne Thompson reports. (Nightly News)
State-funded Penn State University now faces a flood of civil suits after a jury convicted former coach Jerry Sandusky of sexually abusing young boys. NBC's Michael Isikoff reports from Bellefonte, Penn. (TODAY)
The fallout from the Facebook IPO continues as investors express anger over the alleged misconduct by Morgan Stanley for not properly disclosing information about the company. CNBC's Steve Liesman reports. (Mitchell Reports)
Shopping for food has never been so complicated. Nutritionists say what your see on your grocery store shelves can be a bit misleading, especially when it comes to the phrase "all natural." NBC's Lee Cowan reports.
Julie Pitre runs a shrimp boat in Chauvin, La. She says she doesn't really want to get a lawyer to seek oil spill compensation. She just wants to keep shrimping. Msnbc.com's John Brecher reports. (msnbc.com)