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Wild weather with high winds and torrential downpours rolled through central and southern states toppling trees and leaving thousands without power. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports. (NBCNews.com)
Customers buying new iPads find their boxes are filled with paper. WFLA's Lauren Mayk reports. (NBC News)
As lottery official Sue Dooley notes, tickets matching all five of the white balls in the record $580 million Powerball drawing, can be cashed in for $1 million in prize money. (TODAY)
Can the president and Congress strike a deal on how much the wealthy should pay in taxes? Senator Bob Corker of Tennessee gave his take on the way to economic growth. (TODAY)
Cleanup crews followed the paths of violent storms that moved through the East Coast and that even spawned two tornadoes in New York City. NBC's Michelle Franzen reports. (Nightly News)
Strong storms that pummeled the East Coast spawned at least two damaging tornadoes in New York City. The Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf reports. (TODAY)
Along the Alabama coast, lifeguards and paramedics are busy, rescuing and treating dozens of swimmers caught up in dangerous rip currents. NBC's Mark Potter reports. (TODAY)