Here's what we're looking at for Monday on TODAY:
Search Continues for Missing Soldiers
U.S. troops continued to search today for three missing soldiers in the town of Yusufiya, just south of Baghdad. The three went missing in a pre-dawn attack Saturday that left four other soldiers and an Iraqi Army translator dead. Today, an al-Qaeda group claimed responsibility for the attack and said it was holding the three missing soldiers, but there was no proof to support the claim. NBC's Ian Williams will join us tomorrow with the latest on this story.
BBC Program Attacks Scientology
A firestorm has ensued between British television network, BBC, and the Church of Scientology, after a documentary labeled the church as a cult. The program even prompted reaction from one Hollywood actor who is a member of the Church. Tomorrow, we'll have a report from Keith Miller on the details of the documentary and he'll tell us what member of the church called it a display of "hatred against my religion."
TODAY Goes Wild
Tomorrow we begin our special series, "TODAY Goes Wild". Ann will tell us all about her special adventure with orangutans.
What Else We're Working on for Tomorrow:
- Today at the Pump- Interview with the President of Shell Oil
- Wildfires in the Southeast
- Consumer Reporter Janice Lieberman tells us about Money Scams
We'll keep you posted if anything changes. Otherwise, see you in the morning.
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