From assembling a new cabinet to passing a stimulus bill and bail-outs for banks and auto makers, President Barack Obama's first term was filled with highs and lows. TODAY's Savannah Guthrie reports. (TODAY)
Peter King and Mike Florio give us an update on the Cowboys' loss of Jerry Brown. Florio and King also talk about players recently turning in their firearms after the Javon Belcher incident. (NBC Sports)
With the Fourth of July right around the corner, NBC's Tom Costello and Inez Tenenbaum, head of the Consumer Product Safety Commission, demonstrate the dangers of illegal fireworks, including sparklers, and the oil used in citronella-emitting pots. (TODAY)
Officials say nearly 700 people are still missing after a tsunami ravaged islands in western Indonesia earlier this week. Meanwhile, a volcano that killed more than 30 people has begun erupting again. TODAYshow.com's Dara Brown reports.