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More than 25,000 e-mails from the Sarah Palin administration may finally become public.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney talks with NBC's Jamie Gangel about gun control and why it may be time to re-establish magazine size limits, in the aftermath of the Tucson shootings.
The earliest firefighters and paramedics on the scene recount their frantic first minutes outside the Safeway grocery store. NBC's Lee Cowan reports.
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Congressional intern Daniel Hernandez walks with emergency personnel as Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is moved after the shooting in Tuscon, Ariz., on Saturday, Jan. 8.
Army officials say that they rejected Jared Loughner's enlistment application because he admitted using marijuana hundreds of times. NBC's Jim Miklaszewski has the details.
President and Mr.s Obama observe a moment of silence Monday afternoon on the Whitehouse lawn.
Student Lynda Sorenson, a former classmate of suspected Tucson gunman Jared Lee Loughner, says she was worried enough about his mental state to speak with teachers at their school to have him removed from class.
Reports of death threats, vandalism and harassment have Democrats on edge as they're preparing to head home for their spring recess. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., who is one of the Democratic leaders targeted, discusses.
USA Today Investigative writer Gregory Korte discusses congressionally earmarked funds for road projects that have been wasted, while other bridges and roads are crumbling.
While many members of the incoming congress have made it clear they want to do away with earmarks, an NBC News/USA Today investigation has found that billions of dollars allocated for those projects over the past 20 years have gone unspent. NBC's Tom Costello reports.
Foam on a beach near Pass Christian, Miss. on Dec. 29. Photographer and local resident Shirley Tillman believes it is oil and dispersant.
Sand on a beach in Pass Christian, Miss. The red gunk resembles dispersed oil, according to photographer and local resident Shirley Tillman.