The FDA is examining whether 5-hour Energy a drink whose makers claim will relieve afternoon slumps could be to blame for 13 deaths over the last four years. NBC s Tom Costello reports.
Nachacha Kongudom was arrested by undercover cops outside Bangkok cinema after using Hunger Games salute to defy Thailand's military rulers.
Tensions are mounting in Ferguson, Missouri, as a jury nears a decision in the case of the police shooting death of Michael Brown. NBC national correspondent Craig Melvin reports.
Chisako Kakehi suspected of poisoning husband with cyanide, latest of about half dozen partners who died. In March, Kakehi denied any involvement.
Zac Vawter, 32, lost his leg in a motor bike crash four years ago. He is now part of a ground-breaking research study testing a high-tech thought-controlled bionic leg. NBC s Nancy Snyderman reports.
Popular medical drama The Royal Pains is back on call for another season, and star Mark Feuerstein stops by TODAY to talk what to expect this season. The actor also recalls his early days in clown school, where, he admits, he was heckled by the teacher.
Freshmen thought: 'It's never to happen to you - and then - it happens. Half a mile away.'
Investors will be closely watching the government's October report on consumer prices this morning, after the latest Fed minutes left market-watchers divided over inflation.
For the first time, Census numbers indicate minorities make up the majority of the population under the age of one, a shift that will impact politics, the economy and the education system. NBC s Anne Thompson reports.
Sanitation campaigners in India celebrated World Toilet Day with a giant toilet-shaped cake weighing more than 1500 pounds.
With the help of friends, artist Damon Davis installs a series of posters he hopes demonstrates some unity amid the uneasiness in Ferguson, Missouri.
The government is demanding a nationwide recall of all cars with a defective air bag, saying millions of drivers are at risk. The air bag has been linked to four deaths in the U.S. NBC s Tom Costello reports.
During a panel moderated by Chuck Todd, GOP governors differ on whether immigration reform should include a path to citizenship.
The comedian spent weeks in the hospital recovering from an accident, but now his attorney says he has traumatic brain injuries and it s not clear if he ll fully recover. NBC s Stephanie Gosk reports.
Worshippers are returning to a Jerusalem synagogue where five people were killed in an attack by two Palestinian men Tuesday. NBC s Billy Neely reports.
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