Malaysia Airlines MH370 is only the latest in a long line of planes that flew off the radar. Here's a look at other mysterious disappearances over the last century.
Puerto Rico is in dire financial conditions and it is thousands of U.S. mom-and-pop investors that might lose a big part of their savings if the island goes bankrupt.
Fears of terrorism in the case of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight are beginning to fade after Interpol announced the two men who used stolen passports to board the plane were Iranian and, most likely, not terrorists.
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It was a six-and-a-half minute interview that saw the president trade some pretty hilarious barbs with comedian Zach Galifianakis.
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Andi Dorfman, 26, will look for love on TV this summer on 'The Bachelorette.' The Atlanta-based assistant DA made waves on 'The Bachelor' when she dumped Juan Pablo Galavis after a miserable night together in the 'fantasy suite.'
Even as a teen, Matthew McConaughey 'was always the cutest guy,' said a former high school classmate.
Andy Samberg and pal Seth Meyers showed off a photo of the hilarious gift David Copperfield gave a soon-to-be-wed Samberg last year.
For the first time since his son took 26 lives at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Peter Lanza is speaking out, saying he wishes his son had never been born.
Passwords should be long and have a mixture of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. Here's an easy way to remember it all.
Here's how it ended for some of the most notable couples from 'The Bachelor.'
When Atlanta resident Brandi saw Oprah Winfrey on the cover of Essence Magazine's March issue, she fell in love with O's over-the-top gown. And she asked the TV mogul for it.
'Amazing Spider-Man' star Andrew Garfield was supposed to introduce 5-year-old leukemia patient Miles Scott as 'the world's next superhero' during the live broadcast.
Ham the Astrochimp was was the first ape launched into outer space, on 31 January 1961, early in the U.S. space program. Ham's name is an acronym for the lab that prepared him for his historic mission: the Holloman Aerospace Medical Center.
Weeks ahead of its opening, controversy has erupted over the film. In a rare move, Paramount Pictures has put a disclaimer on the movie, saying artistic license has been taken.
Katrina Gilbert is a single mother of three struggling to survive on her nursing assistant salary. She is the subject of a new HBO documentary "Paycheck to Paycheck."
The Atlantic Council's Ian Brzezinski and Andrea Mitchell discuss the latest developments in the Ukraine.
Morning Papers: The death toll has risen in Harlem after two buildings collapsed after a gas explosion, three have died in Venezuela's protests and GM is facing backlash over an auto recall.
With all the wild and wacky weather, Al Roker and The Weather Channel’s Sam Champion quiz the TODAY anchors on their weather knowledge, including which state has had the third snowiest winter on record.
NBC’s special anchor Maria Shriver and Katrina Gilbert join TODAY to discuss Shriver’s new documentary, “Paycheck to Paycheck,” which follows Gilbert working as a nursing assistant while supporting three children.
The New Jersey student who left home then sued her parents over paying for college has reunited with her family, the parents' attorney says.
Matthew McConaughey reveals it was Jim Morrison, the late singer of The Doors, who provided the inspiration for his catchphrase.
Malaysian officials are denying reports the missing jet kept flying for hours after it lost contact. The confusion is testing the patience of anxious families. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
In one year, Pope Francis has changed the conversation about the Catholic Church. Chicago’s Loyola University students talk about the pope’s impact with NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.
Idaho’s governor signed a controversial bill Wednesday that would allow some people to carry guns on college campuses. The measure sparked a lot of debate, and an eye-opening letter from one college professor. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Vogue magazine sits down with the actress, asking her 73 questions in five minutes.
A car chase near Denver came to an end Wednesday after a young boy was kidnapped and three people had been carjacked. The little boy was okay, but a state trooper was seriously injured.
Oscar Pistorius’ lawyers introduced a video showing a California man, a self-described crime scene analyst, showing the similarities between the sound of a cricket bat hitting a door, and the sound of a gunshot. NBC’s Jeff Rossen reports.
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