Some would-be marathon runners are lending their energy to help those devastated by Sandy. "With our somewhat freakish skill of being able to run 26 miles at once, hopefully we'll be able to get this aid into places that are tougher to get to," a runner said. TODAY's Jenna Wolfe reports. (TODAY)
Yoga and fitness trainer Anita Goa shows TODAY's Kathie Lee, Hoda and Sara Haines how to combine some yoga moves to burn calories, like moving from a baby cobra posture to an upward-facing dog pose. (TODAY)
A Senate hearing scheduled for Thursday will examine whether drugs are being given to injured horses to mask the pain so that they can run for bigger and bigger purses, sometimes with catastrophic consequences. NBC's Lisa Myers reports. (Nightly News)
Seven-year-old Timmy "Mini" Tyrrell learned his friend had cancer, and he decided he could help raise money by racing go-karts. Timmy calls it "Mini's Mission," and so far he's raised $7,000 and counting. NBC's Anne Thompson has the story.
NBC's Lee Cowan heads to Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, where an 11-year-old boy is inspiring drivers to raise awareness for neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that causes benign tumors to grow along nerves. (TODAY)