The masterpieces stolen in 1990 from Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are now worth half a million out of their frames – it's considered the world's biggest art heist and largest U.S. property theft ever. NBC's Pete Williams reports (Nightly News)
The FBI has offered a reward for information about the whereabouts of a Chicago-area man who disappeared after marrying his girlfriend, who was still wearing her wedding dress when she was found stabbed death in a bathtub. NBC's Michelle Franzen reports. (TODAY)
Living thousands of miles from family and loved ones and facing the dangers of war often take a toll on U.S. troops. But inject some of that old-fashioned unconditional love and things become just a little more bearable. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.
This Monday will mark two weeks since the 11-month-old disappeared from her family's home in Kansas City and in an effort to find her or gain information on her whereabouts, a large sum reward is now being offered. NBC's John Yang reports. (TODAY)
Family Circle's Linda Fears and psychologist Jeff Gardere discuss whether it's appropriate for parents to reward their children for completing tasks regardless of their effort and attitude doing it (TODAY)
Dec. 22: A $10,000 cash reward is being offered for information in the mysterious disappearance of Utah mother Susan Powell. Powell went missing nearly two weeks ago, and her husband has been named a person of interest. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.