On the day after a multinational conference aimed at trying to stop the violence in Iraq... there was more violence today... at least 20 killed in two separate attacks. It comes just as President Bush plans to send 4 thousand more U.S. troops to Iraq... that's in addition to the 21-thousand troop surge. NBC's Tom Aspell reports from Baghdad. NBC's Kelly O'Donnell is traveling with the President in Colombia where Mr. Bush's visit prompted protests and tight security. And NBC's John Yang reports tonight on the new Republicans who are thinking about running for President.
Also, the baby that was kidnapped from a hospital in Lubbock, Texas, was found today in Clovis, New Mexico. The baby girl has now been reunited with her mother in Texas. NBC's Charles Hadlock reports.
You may have seen the video of professional hockey player Chris Simon of the New York Islanders... using his stick to hit New York Ranger Ryan Hollweg. Today, the NHL suspended Simon for 25 games... the toughest punishment yet handed out by the league. NBC's Dawn Fratangelo has that story.
NBC's Kevin Corke reports In-Depth tonight on the unique relationship between religion and the issue of global warming.
And NBC's Peter Alexander has the story of a Marine just back from Iraq... who's been ordered to play baseball.
It's all coming up tonight. We hope you join us.