NBC News' Richard Engel and his two colleagues, producer Ghazi Balkiz and cameraman John Kooistra, are fortunately safe after being kidnapped and held for five days in Syria. On Tuesday morning, speaking from Turkey,

There was a collective sigh of relief waking up Tuesday morning upon learning that NBC's chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and his broadcast crew had made it to Turkey safely after being captured by a group who Engel says were loyal Syrian

In this image made from video, NBC News Chief Correspondent Richard Engel exits a car after crossing back into Turkey, after Engel and his team were freed unharmed following a firefight at a checkpoint after five days of captivity inside Syria, in

After doing its best to enforce a news blackout on a report its chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel was missing in Syria since last week, NBC News starred Engel and two of his crewmembers on ratings-hungry “Today” show Tuesday morning. “We begin

NBC News chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel and two members of his production team are free after five days of being held captive in Syria. The network says Engel and his colleagues were traveling with rebels in Syria last Thursday when they