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Savannah port again misses 3M container milestone

Cargo traffic at Savannah's busy seaport fell just shy of a milestone 3 million containers for a third straight year, according to performance numbers released Monday by port officials, who blamed the shortfall on a threated strike by East Coast dockworkers last fall. Full story

Study: Women have evolved to want funny men

  TODAY’s Al Roker and Natalie Morales, along with guest anchor Carson Daly, chat about the hot topics of the day, including a new study that shows women use a man’s ability to make them laugh as a way to judge his suitability as a partner and potential father.

Rains cause N.C. rivers to rise, killing 2

  As parts of the east coast are bracing for rain this morning, the flooding threat isn’t over in North Carolina where a storm caused surging waters that claimed two lives. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.

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  Joe says Weiner won't drop out; Mika thinks Weiner could win

Current NYC mayoral candidate and former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner is caught up in more allegations of inappropriate conduct: this time he's accused of trading explicit messages with a 22-year-old woman after he resigned from Congress. Weiner held a press conference on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, w

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FILE - In this Dec. 10, 2007 file photo, celebrity cook Paula Deen is shown in Savannah, Ga. Chefs have always wanted us to eat something good. Now, it seems they're just as interested in seeing that we eat well. (AP Photo/Stephen Morton, file)