Meet the Press
West Bank Kidnappings
30 seconds to know
Art of the Startup
Beware Our Bombs: Israel Drops Leaflets Warning of Airstrike
Worried You May Be Developing Alzheimer's? Check Your Eyes
Germany vs. Argentina: Final Will Define Messi
Swastika Banner Flown Over Beaches Sparks Outrage
More from NBC
In Plain Sight
Next Step for Vets
Check local listings
watch full broadcast
Making A Difference
Meet The Press 24/7
Bullit Marquez / AP
Check Out the Stunning Supermoon This Weekend
The moon will appear bigger and brighter this weekend -- and in New York it will be accompanied by Manhattanhenge.
Watch Our Full Broadcast
In Saturday night's broadcast: Israeli tanks sit outside the entrance to Gaza waiting on orders to invade, a steady wave of undocumented immigrants puts border patrol resources to the test, and American retirees look south of the border to live out their golden years.
Hamas Rockets No Match for Israel's Irondome
A barrage of rockets fired from Gaza sent people in Tel Aviv scrambling for cover but there was no damage and no deaths thanks to Israel’s anti-missile defense system.
Death and Outrage: Gaza Shelter for the Disabled Hit
There is growing outrage in Gaza over what might have been a deliberate attack by Israel on a shelter for people with disabilities.
Exclusive: Iran Gives Moral Support to Hamas Against Israel
In an interview with NBC'S David Gregory, Iran's Foreign Minister says the Palestinians in Gaza have the right to defend themselves.
Waves of Undocumented Immigrants Strain Border Patrol Resources
300 extra agents are now stationed along the Rio Grande keeping an eye on the waves of undocumented immigrants attempted to enter the U.S. But even with the extra agents, border resources are being stretched to the limit.
More Americans Opting to Retire Abroad
For many Americans it's becoming too expensive to live out their retirement in the U.S., so they're packing up and heading to places like Ecuador where they can get a lot more bang for their bucks.
New Report Sheds Light on Navy Yard Shooting
The Washington D.C. Police Department says officers were unable to access surveillance video of the shooter as he carried out his rampage. That's because the private security guard responsible for monitoring those cameras locked himself in the room and failed to contact authorities.
Bridge Demolition Rocks Cleveland
Crews used explosives to take down Cleveland's Inner Belt bridge over the Cuyahoga River to make way for two news spans set to open later this fall.
Terms of Service