By Brian Williams, Anchor and managing editor
Time is short today as I'm just back from the Council on Foreign Relations, where after a brief lunch I moderated a lecture/interview/q&a session with my fellow members with our featured speaker, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon of the Republic of Korea. I had the unusual experience today of informing the Secretary General of a bombing in India that had been reported in the few minutes it took him to travel from the U.N. to the Council. Word arrived via my Blackberry, and he was obviously disturbed to hear it, especially the component of today's bombings that apparently involved remote-control detonators activated by motorcyclists driving by.
Tonight we'll be updating Nightly News -- no matter where you live, no matter where you watch us -- to reflect the results from West Virginia. Politico has a good viewers guide to tonight's Primary.
Yesterday in this space I told the story of Picher, Oklahoma. Tonight, our own Don Teague, at my request, has traveled there -- and will deliver the television version of that same story. And Rehema Ellis will end our broadcast tonight with a story about one family's service that you will want to see.