Liat Beinin, an American citizen and mother of three, has been released by Hamas as an agreement was reached to extend the pause in fighting for at least one more day. NBC’s Richard Engel reports for TODAY.
Thursday, November 30
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger dies at 100
New video shows dramatic rescues of migrants on Rio Grande
A new surge of migrant crossings is being reported by officials in several states with some shelters saying they’ve been over capacity for months. This comes as new body camera video shows state troopers in Texas working to rescue multiple families on the Rio Grande. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY.
More than half of drivers engage in dangerous behavior: AAA study
Elon Musk scoffs at advertisers’ boycott of X: 'Go f--- yourself'
As a wave of companies, including NBC’s parent company Comcast, pull advertising from X, billionaire businessman Elon Musk emphatically scoffed at the boycott. “If somebody's going to try to blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f--- yourself,” he told CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin. NBC’s Emilie Ikeda reports for TODAY.
Sorkin: I was ‘speechless’ after Musk's expletive comments
CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin shares insight into his interview with Elon Musk in which the X CEO offered colorful language to advertisers who pulled ads from his social platform. “I was speechless when he made the remarks,” Sorkin said. “I do encourage people to see the whole thing because, in many ways, I think you got to see the full Elon Musk.”
Survivor of 1972 Andes plane crash details harrowing events
In 1972, a plane carrying a rugby team from Uruguay crashed in the Andres Mountains. Sixteen people managed to survive 72 agonizing days in brutal conditions. Reporting for TODAY, NBC’s Tom Llamas speaks with one of the survivors ahead of the release of the new Netflix film “Society of the Snow” that highlights the remarkable story.
Cleveland Clinic officer spreads joy to everyone he meets
Japan grounds its own Osprey aircraft following deadly US crash
Google to delete inactive Gmail accounts: How to protect yours
Starting Dec. 1, unused Gmail accounts could be deleted by Google, with the tech giant saying accounts that have been inactive for two years or more are more likely to be vulnerable to being compromised. NBC’s Brian Cheung reports for TODAY on everything that gets deleted along with the email address.