Cyberspace could become the world's next major battlefield, according to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta. In a national call to arms, Panetta warns the threat is already here. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski reports. (TODAY)
Seventy years ago, one of the most infamous acts of World War II passed into history: the surprise Japanese attack on the U.S. Navy at Pearl Harbor. A series of special events Wednesday commemorates those who died. Neil Connery reports.
December 7, 1981-NBC's John Chancellor and Jim Upshaw, on the 40th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with memories of the attack from an American navy aviation mechanics mate third class and a Japanese naval aviator.
Seventy years ago nearly 2,400 Americans died when Japanese warplanes bombed Pearl Harbor, bringing the United States into World War II. Survivors of the attack gathered at the site to remember those who lost their lives. NBC's George Lewis reports. (TODAY)