As we prepare for tonight's broadcast, we continue to watch new pictures from Indonesia of the damage caused by the earthquake there Saturday. The death toll is still rising as authorities search for survivors. They are still concerned about aftershocks... that's why so many refuse to go back inside homes and buildings. NBC's James Hattori is on the scene and will join us live tonight with the very latest.
Also... immigration remains a hot topic as both sides in this debate try to come up with legislation before the fall election. But there are no signs that the two sides have found much common ground. NBC's Kevin Corke has that story.
NBC's George Lewis has an interesting story from the U.S. Mexico border in California. Illegal immigrants are finding new ways to enter the U.S.
We will have coverage of the Pope's visit to Auschwitz.
And NBC's Jim Maceda reports on a U.S. soldier who has already done 2 tours of duty in Iraq. He has received 3 Purple Hearts for his heroism. And he's decided to stay in Iraq until the mission is complete. Jim will have the story.
It's all coming up tonight. We hope you'll join us.