We are watching developments around Mount Hood in Oregon today... where the search continues for 3 missing climbers. The weather cleared early this morning... allowing the search to resume from the air and the ground. Their families are holding out hope that the 3 will be found alive. We'll have a report from NBC's Peter Alexander.
From the Middle East tonight... NBC's Mike Boettcher is covering a Palestinian struggle for power. There was more violence today between Hamas and Fatah. There are calls for new Palestinian elections.
In Baghdad... Iraqis held a reconciliation conference trying to bring Sunnis and Shiites together. Some are calling it the last best hope for reconciliation. But as NBC's Jane Arraf reports... there are still major obstacles.
President Bush is weighing his options in Iraq... and NBC's Kevin Corke reports... the President is considering the addition of sending 20- thousand more U.S. troops.
From England tonight authorities are trying to solve a murder mystery. 5 women... all prostitutes have been found murdered. Some are comparing this to the "Jack the Ripper" story. NBC's Michelle Kosinski has the latest... including new videotape of one of the victims on the day she disappeared.
NBC's Mike Taibbi reports on the huge holiday bonuses going to many on Wall Street ... but what about the rest of America?
And the "one dog" policy in China. How the government wants each family to put a limit on the number of dogs a family can have. The rule now is one dog per family. But will the Chinese people comply. NBC's Mark Mullen reports.
It's all coming up on NBC Nightly News.