The anti-missile system made in Israel and helped by American money, recognizes which rockets will hit an inhabited area and knocks them out while ignoring the others. NBC's Martin Fletcher reports. (Nightly News)
Paul Young, whose first book, "The Shack," sold a surprising 18 million copies, chats about his second novel, "Cross Roads," and says he loves the controversy that surrounds his spiritual novels. (TODAY)
Reflecting on several crucial decision points during his time in the Oval Office, former President George W. Bush says "I'm gonna be dead when they finally figure it out. And I'm comfortable knowing that I gave it my all."
While Washington is still shell-shocked from what may be a GOP primary upset in Alaska, political strategists are looking at how to make voters' anger work for them this November. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.