The owner of a retired race horse has taught the ten-year-old thoroughbred to paint abstract art. Metro's paintings are for sale with proceeds going to a racehorse adoption charity. WGAL's Susan Shapiro reports from Pennsylvania. (NBC News)
ProFootballTalk: Erik Kuselias, Mike Florio, and Rodney Harrison update the NFL playoff picture as the regular season nears conclusion. Is the NFC picture already set? Can the Patriots run the table in the AFC? (NBC Sports)
PFT Live: Mike Florio takes a look at the AFC playoff picture and concludes that while it'll be helpful to own a high seed, a team like the 2011 9-7 Giants could come in and run the table. (NBC Sports)
PFT Live: The NFC South began the year as a one-team division with the Falcons dominating, but Mike Florio says that as the Saints gain momentum, and the Buccaneers lean on rookie RB Doug Martin, there could be more playoff teams from the NFC South than we thought. (NBC Sports)
A painting stolen during World War I by a German soldier, and after a decade of transatlantic legal wrangling, a painting by French Realist Jules Breton is going home. NBC's Pete Williams reports.
More than 500 years after Leonardo da Vinci finished the iconic work of art, there are new questions about what he had in mind while was working on it. NBC's Martin Fletch takes a closer look. (Nightly News)
Making a Difference: Already a pioneering young artist prior to Haiti's devastating earthquake, 26-year-old Jerry Moses has now been tapped by aid groups to help raise awareness about cholera. NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports. (Nightly News)