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Flashback: Robin Williams Sums Up His Life in Two Minutes
In a 1993 interview with TODAY's Gene Shalit, Robin Williams explained his entire life story in nearly one breath.
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Flashback: Robin Williams on Becoming Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Williams tells TODAY's Gene Shalit about the epic process of transforming into the beloved nanny.
Flashback: When Reagan's Joke Led to a 'Red Alert'
When President Reagan joked about outlawing Russia and launching bomb strikes, he probably didn't expect to put the Soviet system on war alert.
Flashback: Nixon Gives Birth to the Political Non-Apology
The former President's checkered legacy includes the creation of this now-famous political evasion tactic.
Flashback: The Legacy of Jim Brady
A look back at the road to the passage of the Brady Law from the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan that left Brady injured by a stray bullet to the enactment of the law in 1993 under President Bill Clinton.
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Giant Leap for Mankind: Relive the Apollo 11 Moon Landing
The Huntley-Brinkley Report from July 21st, 1969 following the successful landing of Apollo 11 on the lunar surface and man's first steps on the moon.
Fifty Years Ago Today: Barry Goldwater Endorses Extremism
The 1964 presidential primary between NY Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Barry Goldwater was about the direction of the Republican Party: further right or further mainstream.
Flashback: Lady Liberty Celebrates a Milestone Birthday
Tom Brokaw reports from the New York harbor in 1986 on the 100th birthday of the Statue of Liberty.
Tom Brokaw: How Far Have We Come With Race in America?
Tom Brokaw revisits his award-winning 1997 Dateline Special “Why Can’t We Live Together” in which he looked at the town of Matteson, Illinois a once all-white suburb, experiencing a departure of longtime residents as African-Americans began to move in.
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Iraq Explained: History of a Divided Nation
In this Flashback, NBC News explores the deep history of a divided nation.
D-Day 70th Anniversary
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From the Vault: Listen to FDR's Emotional D-Day Address
On D-Day, President Roosevelt delivered an address to the nation. Listen to this edition from the "DuPont Show of the Week," 1962.
D-Day 70th Anniversary
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From the Vault: Watch Footage of Soldiers Invading Normandy
On the 70th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, NBC News looks back at footage from "The DuPont Show of the Week: D-Day" first aired in 1962.
Tom Brokaw: My Secret Report on Tiananmen Square
On the twenty fifth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, Tom Brokaw reflects back on his landmark report.
Good Luck, Babs! See Walters' First TODAY Appearance
Legendary broadcaster Barbara Walters began her career as a staff writer on the TODAY show in the early 1960s. In this archival clip of her first appearance on the show, she reports on Paris fashion and shows off an unusual piece of jewelry.
Flashback: Mandela Was Sworn In 20 Years Ago
On May 10, 1994, Nelson Mandela was sworn in as the first black president of South Africa.
Clinton on Lewinsky: Depends on Meaning of 'Is'
In 1998, President Clinton appeared in front of a grand jury for the second time to clarify his previous testimony related to his affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Twister Terror: When the World's Fastest Tornado Hit
A look back of the Oklahoma/Kansas tornado outbreak of 1999 that saw a total of 74 tornadoes touch down across the two states in less than 21 hours including an F5 clocking 318 mph winds, the fastest in recorded history.
Flashback: Early Oculus Rift had Huge Potential
Back when it was a homebrew virtual reality kit available for demonstrations during E3 2012, the early Oculus Rift was already showing huge potential. Now that Facebook has announced that it will purchase Oculus for $2 billion, NBC News revisits the stunning prototype.
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Cars, Computers, Color TV: The 1964 World's Fair
Take a trip through time and visit the sites of the last great World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. The Ford Mustang, space travel, computers, and color TV were just a few of the attractions on display for the millions of fairgoers that came through the park’s gate between 1964 and 1965.
Rallies to Research: Thirty Years of the AIDS Fight
April 23 marks the 30th anniversary of the announcement that the cause of AIDS had been discovered.
America's Heroin Epidemic
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Will the Rise of Heroin Mean the Fall of Pot?
In the 1960s, the wide acceptance of marijuana paved the way for a heroin problem in America and the War on Drugs. Today, with two states legalizing marijuana, could this happen again?
Flashback: Revisiting Exxon Valdez 25 Years Later
It's been 25 years since millions of gallons of oil poured into Prince William Sound after the Exxon Valdez ran aground in the waters of Alaska
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Parents Still Hold Out Hope for Madeleine McCann
After nearly seven years without their daughter, the parents of missing British girl Madeleine McCann still remain hopeful that they’ll find their child.
Anchors in 1995: 'What Is Internet, Anyway?'
Happy 25th birthday, World Wide Web! With these NBC News archive clips from 1994 and 1995, we go back to when the World Wide Web and Internet were mere mysteries. See what Matt Lauer, Katie Couric, Bryant Gumbel, Tom Brokaw – and Bill Gates – had to say so many years ago.
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