The University of Missouri's journalism school is the oldest in the country and now among the first to experiment with the new -- and controversial – drone technology. NBC's Thanh Truong reports. (Nightly News)
About half of all marriages end in divorce, so why do some make it and others fail? Dana Adam Shapiro, author of "You Can Be Right (Or You Can Be Married)" and therapist Argie Allen talk about what all married couples can learn from the mistakes divorced couples make. (TODAY)
New Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III talks to the media after his first day of OTAs. He talks about learning the complex NFL schemes and how this offense will compliment his strenghts. (NBC Sports)
They are the butt of many jokes and the subject of movies, but why is the relationship between the spouse and mother-in-law so complicated? Kelly Wallace, of iVillage.com, and psychiatrist Dr. Gail Saltz discuss.