The apparently deliberate crashing of a packed Germanwings jet by a pilot who had previously experienced suicidal tendencies has triggered debate about whether airlines should get access to the medical history of their employees.
A letter written by a plane passenger, in which she warmly thanks pilots for what they do, has gone viral. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers have conceded that he took party in the Boston Marathon bombings, but insist it was his brother who was in charge. Lawyers will give closing arguments Monday. NBC justice correspondent Pete Williams reports.