We bought a copy of Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, which goes on sale next week, for an early and often poignant look into the world of a brilliant man who changed our world. NBC's Kate Snow reports.
The temptations for kids living in gang neighborhoods are being challenged - with success - by a program called Harmony Project. Here, students talk about the program and how its keeping them off the streets.
One woman's solution to keeping kids out of gangs... create harmony. Here's more of George Lewis's interview with Margaret Martin, founder of Harmony Project.
A Los Angeles woman received the Presidential Citizens Medal Thursday for her work with children from the city's gang-infested neighborhoods. NBC's George Lewis reports.
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Juan and Gina Montes from Miami discuss how difficult their financial situation has been since Juan has been out of work for three years.
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Glyn Jenkins, who lost her job at a mental facility, recently visited a job fair, along with 2,500 other people, in Southhaven, Miss.
Juan Montes a general contractor who has been out of work for three years discusses his frustrations.
The Senate failed to pass President Obama's jobs bill, even as the unemployment rate remained steady at 9.1 percent in September. NBC's Mark Potter looks at the faces of those hardest-hit by the lack of jobs nationwide.
NBC's Chris Jansing hears from "The Mountaintop" ensemble, playwright Katori Hall, Director Kenny Leon and actors Angela Bassett and Samuel L. Jackson on why "The Mountaintop" is important and what they want the audience to take away.
Katori Hall discussed the challenges of being a playwright with NBC's Chris Jansing.
Taking place on April 3, 1968, The Mountaintop is a new play on Broadway that reimagines the events of the night before the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., just after delivering one of his most memorable speeches. NBC's Chris Jansing reports.
Nick's Pizza is an Illinois eatery where families bring the kids, and you can throw the peanut shells on the floor. When Nick's announced it was facing foreclosure, the community rallied to save the beloved pizzeria. NBC's Ron Allen reports.
There are still nearly 100,000 American service members stationed far from home in Afghanistan. NBC's Jim Maceda profiles Capt. Matilda Howe- a single mother of four, a grandmother and a company commander in Afghanistan.
Captain Matilda "Mattie" Howe, Echo Co 2-10 Combat Aviation Brigade, the commander in charge of keeping a key combat aviation brigade in Afghanistan's Logar province ready for the fight, discusses the importance of family in her life.