In the age of mobile phones, the remaining 'speakers' of a dying whistling language try to preserve a vital means of communication over vast distances.
Aryn Baker discusses how fighters on both sides of the war post videos of beatings, torture and executions to incite fear
The best moments of celebrity commencement speeches from the past decade, including Stephen Colbert and Steve Jobs.
The author of the Da Vinci Code and other Robert Langdon novels talks about his latest book, The Inferno
Multiple tornadoes touched down in Granbury, Texas, leaving swaths of destruction in their wake.
Though Angelina Jolie's genetic test results are rare, she has raised awareness for how this science can help the treatment of disease
Steven Snyder took some TIME employees on a field trip to the famous Bluth Banana Stand promoting Netflix's new seasons of Arrested Development. Was it a huge mistake?
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield used Twitter and YouTube to bring space and the Candian Space Agency into earth homes.
The Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups is outrageous, but TIME's Joe Klein says this shouldn't paralyze Washington.
A new coalition is fighting to give women in Jordan the right to pass on their citizenship to their children.
A revised version of David Bowie's Space Oddity, recorded by Commander Chris Hadfield on board the International Space Station
Chris Christie's weight-loss surgery, genetic testing for prostate cancer, and why licking your baby's pacifier clean isn't such a bad thing.
Author and Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski talks about her food addiction, obesity in America, and how writing her book 'Obsessed' transformed her life and that of her collaborator, journalist Diane Smith.
Singer Natalie Maines on motherhood, the future of the Dixie Chicks and why she can't go back to country music
As Jodi Arias is pronounced guilty, gasps are heard throughout the courtroom
Barbara Maher from Charlottesville, Virginia is honored for being a loyal Kathie Lee and Hoda fan. This middle school teacher has a door in her classroom decorated for Hoda’s latest book and she loves having a glass of vino with the ladies.
Hawaii is full of history, especially at one of its most popular and humbling sites, Pearl Harbor. TODAY’s Matt Lauer pays a visit to the place where a very dark day in American history began.
Entertainment Weekly’s Tim Stack gives Kathie Lee and Hoda the whole story behind Eva Longoria’s unfortunate wardrobe mishap while at the Cannes film festival, the rumors about whether Beyoncé is pregnant and the top winners at the Billboard Music Awards.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney reveals a timeline related to when the Obama administration became aware of an IG report about the IRS allegedly targeting political groups.
While the rest of the TODAY anchors are in Hawaii for the show, Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb joke that they got left behind because they’re troublemakers on the road and show off their coconuts.
TODAY’s Sara Haines shows off a funny video of a guy trying to prank his friends with a bowl of water, but who gets drenched himself when the tables are turned.
NBC’s Luke Russert joins Alex Wagner and the NOW panel to discuss Capitol Hill’s progress on immigration legislation.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is asked about reports that the IRS was targeting political groups nearly 18 months ago.
Former Sen. Olympia Snowe explains why the partisan divide is sharper than ever in Washington, D.C.
Tracy Beckerman writes about her transition from living in New York City with a great job to becoming a stay-at-home-mom in New Jersey. She tells Kathie Lee and Hoda a funny story about how her son accidentally came across an adult toy.
Alex Wagner’s panelists look at controversial statements from E.W. Jackson, Virginia’s Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor, and Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia’s gubernatorial nominee, and whether they can win in this purple state.
NBC’s Michael Isikoff reports on the latest about the Justice Department’s subpoena of the Associated Press phone records and the department’s unreported access to reporters’ private digital communications.
Manu Raju, McKay Coppins and Rep. Jared Polis, D-Colo., discuss the latest developments, including the way the Republican Party has been energized by the scandal.
Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., shares his reaction to the Ways and Means hearing on the IRS controversy.
An Andrea Mitchell Reports political panel previews the Senate Finance Committee’s upcoming hearing on the IRS controversy.