After heading up a task force on gun violence, Vice President Joe Biden, alongside President Obama, promises that new executive-proposed legislation on gun violence will honor those who have lost their lives in recent mass shooting tragedies. (NBC News)
Bride and groom Jonathan and Kerin Narcisse, along with six friends and family members, took to the skies for their dream wedding on a hot air balloon, but shortly after the "I dos," they gave new meaning to the term "wedding crashers." NBC's Mara Schiavocampo reports. (TODAY)
President Obama leads an emotional vigil in Newtown, Conn., and tells the audience he will do everything in his power to prevent another mass shooting. Meanwhile, the town begins to bury its victims. NBC's Lester Holt reports. (TODAY)
After encountering a wave of protests in response to a decree from Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi that would have raised his edicts above judicial review, Morsi moved quickly to contain the damage. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports. (Nightly News)
Jason Russell, the filmmaker behind the viral "Kony 2012" campaign, talks with TODAY's Ann Curry about why the video has moved so many young people, and assures her that his social movement is not merely "slacktivism." (TODAY)
Syrian President Bassar Al-Assad vowed to crack down against those he blamed for trying to topple his regime. His forces shot at protestors and in a speech, he attacked the Arab League who've sent monitors into Syria. ITN's John Ray reports.