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Texans QB Matt Schaub and head coach Gary Kubiak talk about their loss to the Patriots and being eliminated in the Divisional round of the playoffs for the second straight year. (NBC Sports)
An Ohio woman who says she was ousted as a den leader by the Boy Scouts of America because she is gay. KXAS reporter Amanda Guerra has the story. (NBC News)
The four most recent singers to be sent home from "The Voice"—Lindsey Pavao, Katrina Parker, Erin Willett, and Jamar Rogers—chat with TODAY's Al Roker about their experiences on the show. (TODAY)
The four contestants sent home from "The Voice" this week – Pip, James Massone, Cheesa and Mathai – chat with TODAY's Al Roker about working with coaches Cee Lo Green and Adam Levine. (TODAY)
Former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich tells TODAY's Matt Lauer that if Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi does not leave power, it will be a defeat for the United States. (TODAY)
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., tells NBC's Matt Lauer the blood of Americans is on Moammar Gadhafi's hands, saying the Libyan leader was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am flight 103. (TODAY)
Former Miss San Antonio Domonique Ramirez joins TODAY discussing her legal battle to regain the crown after pageant officials made the controversial decision to strip her title. (TODAY show)
Mystery surrounds the relationship between former HP CEO Mark Hurd and the woman tied to his sexual harassment suit and questionable expenses. NBC's Jeff Rossen reports.
Shirley Sherrod, the USDA official at the center of a race controversy, says, "If you looked at the entire tape, I don't see how you would come away thinking I was a racist."
Sister Margaret McBride was excommunicated by the Roman Catholic Church after she assented to an abortion involving a mother of four who might have died if she continued the pregnancy. NBC's Lee Cowan reports.