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E. Coast rape suspect pleads not guilty to larceny

A Connecticut man awaiting trial in a series of rapes and other attacks along the East Coast has pleaded not guilty to a minor larceny charge over theft of a bicycle. Full story

East Coast's gets first electric cruise ship dock

Luxury liners that dock in New York will soon be able to plug into the East Coast's first electric ship terminal, city officials said on Thursday. Full story

Man accused of rapes charged in Conn. prison fight

A Connecticut man suspected of rapes up and down the East Coast has been charged with assault after a fight in prison. Full story

J.Lo: ‘It’s exciting’ to be Most Beautiful Woman

   The “American Idol” judge, who recently recharged her singing career with the release of “On the Floor,” chats with TODAY about being honored by People magazine.

Why U.S. East Coast Is Colder Than Europe's West Coast

It seems brutally unfair to those on the U.S. East Coast that their Western European counterparts are at least 10 degrees Fahrenheit (5.5 degrees Celsius) warmer on average throughout the winter. Full story

March 31: Nightly News Thursday broadcast

   Radiation discovered in America's milk supply; More trouble for Japanese nuclear plant; Libyan rebels determined to stop retreating; Libyan rebels determined to stop retreating; White House weighs extent of Libyan aid; Extreme weather rocks East Coast; GE CEO defends tax record; Small biz bucking tr

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Inside U.S.-declared no-go zone, Japan quake evacuees await aid

Factbox: More U.S. ships head to Japan, radiation risk eyed

Stage shows coming back to Atlantic City casinos

Bigger Panama Canal means bigger U.S. ports

Dirty temptation to dump snow in waterways

More wintry weather heads to the Northeast

Rumble Heard During East Coast Snowstorm Was Thundersnow

East Coast ready for winter to be done

Young shooting victim's organs help save child

Winter storm to hit East Coast late Tuesday

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  Surviving a tsunami

Professor Thomas Jordan of the Southern California Earthquake Center shares his thoughts on whether the U.S. and its coast line would be prepared to handle a tsunami.

  Homes evacuated as floods hit East Coast

Torrential rains are forcing residents in waterlogged New Jersey communities to flee as swollen rivers threaten to overflow. NBC’s Ron Allen reports and TODAY’s Al Roker tracks the storm.

  March 6: Nightly News Sunday broadcast

Libyan turmoil produces pain at the pump; Fight for Libya puts civil war on path to Tripoli; Brutal winter storm drenches East Coast; U.S. student’s disappearance leaves few leads; ‘Volunteer cuddlers’ soothe tots with right touch

  Cigarette butt leads police to serial rape suspect

The attacks – sudden and violent – began in 1997, but even after 14 years of scouring crime scenes, police had little evidence. NBC’s Richard Lui reports on how authorities cracked the case.

  Violent weather hits the Midwest

Tornadoes from Oklahoma to Ohio, and ice, hail and rain from Indiana to Pennsylvania. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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A "HELP" sign is written on the ground of Ohara Primary School near a sea coast covered with the rubble in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan, Monday, March 14, 2011, three days after a massive earthquake and the ensuing tsunami hit Japan's east coast. JAPAN OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, NO SAL

Moon and Venus
Moon and Venus

This sky map shows the positions of the moon and Venus before sunrise at 6 a.m. ET on Saturday, as seen from the U.S. East Coast. February is the last full month to spot Venus in a completely dark sky until December.