Want to catch up on this week's news? Check out some of Nightly News' most popular web stories from the past seven days.
NBC News' Kate Snow spoke with the band Rascal Flatts, who have been giving impromptu concerts for children at the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. The band is humble about their efforts, but the truth is: they've raised more than $3 million for the hospital.
In the wake of Jill Abramson's public firing from The New York Times, we explored CEO turnover among women.
NBC News' Tom Costello breaks down the Department of Transportation's new proposed rules for airlines and travel websites. If approved, they could go into effect within a year.
Monday marked 20 years since the death of Jackie Kennedy. "Nightly News" paid tribute to her life and legacy.
About one week ago, the Pennsylvania State Archives released an eight-second video of President Franklin D. Roosevelt from the summer of 1937.
It shows Roosevelt walking with an assistant as he arrived to watch an all-star baseketball game in Philadelphia.
Saving the Lemurs
One conservationist is on a crusade to save lemurs from their greatest threat. Watch the video below to learn more.