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April 30: Nightly News Monday broadcast

  Exclusive: Inside the Situation Room; Mullen: ‘the result stands alone’; Obama campaign under fire for video; World Trade Center becomes tallest NY building; Blind Chinese dissident escapes; Debris washes ashore on the West Coast; Type II diabetes on the rise among children; Seniors receive 'wish of

'30 Rock' to live it up with live episode Thursday

In a move to inject new life into its kookiness, "30 Rock" is going live this week. Full story

Overhead Bin: U.S. travelers say fuel prices will keep them closer to home this summer

Whether traveling for business or pleasure this summer, rapidly escalating fuel costs — gas is now above $4 a gallon at many West Coast locations — will cause travelers around the nation to cut back on trips, according to a new survey by the nonprofit U.S.  … Full story

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Asian leaf 'kratom' making presence felt in U.S. emergency rooms

25 million tons of tsunami debris tracked

Overhead Bin: West Coast cruisers discover Hawaii's Aloha spirit

When Will Japan's Tsunami Debris Hit North America?

Expanding oil exports top priority: Canadian minister

Occupy L.A. says city is offering incentives to move

Loggerheads get help on West Coast, not East

Could the 'Big One' Hit DC or NY?

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  Predicting earthquakes early

Earthquake researchers will receive $6 million in funding to study a system that would provide a warning before shaking begins on the West Coast. KNBC's Patrick Healy reports.

  Feb. 21: Nightly News Tuesday broadcast

Obama’s religion questioned; Mitt Romney refocuses on economy; Troubling signs despite Dow’s jump; SCOTUS to reevaluate affirmative action; West Coast seeing debris from Japan tsunami?; New worry for baby boomers: Hepatitis C; Easing the cancer drug shortage; Europe copes with bitter cold; Scientist

  Hoda’s favorite cookies, worth the splurge!

TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb and Sara Haines talk about some of their favorite things, such as the delicious Platine cookies from the West Coast and a mini emergency kit.

  President Obama goes west and Congress’ approval goes south

Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., joins guest host Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post to talk about President Obama’s West Coast swing… and where to find good food in her district.

  Chuck's First read: The Final Push for Fundraising

2012 contenders are in the final push to raise money as Friday’s third quarter filing date approaches, while President Obama heads to Denver, Colorado today on the last stop of his West Coast fundraising trip.

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