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2 out of 3 people face hunger as Haiti woes mount

The hardship of hunger abounds amid the stone homes and teepee-like huts in the mountains along Haiti's southern coast.Full story

From TODAY to tonight: Holt after dark

  “Jay is great,” Lester Holt said. “He makes you feel very comfortable.” Jay Leno had a little fun with Lester Holt’s weather reporting when Holt stopped by Leno’s show in Los Angeles.

GOP caught in hypocrisy web over Sandy relief

  67 House Republicans voted against relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy, but many of those felt differently when it those in need were from their home districts. 37 had supported disaster relief for their states. Rev. Al Sharpton explains.

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  Trump’s RNC video unveiled as Romney retools

NBC News airs a video featuring Donald Trump that was due to be shown at the Republican National Convention but canceled due to Hurricane Isaac. Meanwhile, the Romney campaign struggles to regain its footing after several missteps. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports.

  Small business interests in the 2012 elections

Small business owners Karen Tappin of Karen's Body Beautiful, David Levine of Mr. Beams, and Eileen Guzzo of Donnelly & Moore Corporation, join Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about what they need from the government and officials in order for their businesses to thrive.

  Isaac roils up tar balls

Tar balls and oil-covered birds were found in Louisiana and Alabama in the wake of Hurricane Isaac. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Hurricane Isaac churns up tar balls

In Gulf Shores, Ala., BP has dispatched crews to help clean up dime-sized tar balls from oil remnants that were pushed ashore by Hurricane Isaac. WPMI’s James Gordon reports.

  Stranded cows wrangled up after Isaac

Hundreds of cattle left stranded by Hurricane Isaac are being rounded up. WDSU's Rachel Wulff reports.

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Houses are partially submerged in flood waters after a Hurricane Isaac levee breach in Braithwaite
Houses are partially submerged in flood waters after a Hurricane Isaac levee breach in Braithwaite

Houses are partially submerged in flood waters after a Hurricane Isaac levee breach in Braithwaite, Louisiana August 31, 2012. The breach occurred as Hurricane Isaac came on land Tuesday night. The remnants of Hurricane Isaac trudged north on Thursday and U.S. Gulf Coast residents started to mop up

U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) speaks during a news conference after Hurricane Isaac in Belle Chasse, Louisiana
U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) speaks during a news conference after Hurricane Isaac in Belle Chasse, Louisiana

U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) speaks during a news conference after Hurricane Isaac in Belle Chasse, Louisiana, August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal talks about Tropical Storm Isaac as New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu looks on during a news conference in New Orleans,
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal talks about Tropical Storm Isaac as New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu looks on during a news conference in New Orleans,

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal talks about Tropical Storm Isaac as New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu looks on during a news conference at City Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana, August 27, 2012. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman