High school wrestler Malik Stewart was defeated in the Minnesota state championship, but in a moment that earned a standing ovation from the crowd and went viral online, he immediately hugged the father of his opponent, who is battling cancer.
The successful radio, talk and game show host joins TODAY to chat about the second season of his hit "Steve Harvey" TV show, and emceeing “Family Feud.” Matt Lauer gives him a pop quiz about some relationship issues.
“Safety Chick” Kathleen Baty talks TODAY viewers through some effective tips to stay safe while traveling during spring break, like keeping an emergency car kit handy.
Beth Stern, spokesperson for North Shore Animal League (and wife of radio personality Howard Stern) joins TODAY to offer grooming and exercise tips to get your pets in shape for spring.
A man completely surprised his fiancée when she thought she was going to an engagement party, and it turned out to be their wedding instead.
The state is launching a $1 million ad campaign to warn drivers about the hazards of smoking marijuana and driving. Officials are using humor to spread a serious message. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
TODAY contributing correspondent Jenna Bush Hager, a fraternal twin herself, interviews three sets of identical twins who dominate a high school basketball team based in Pittsburgh.
Actors Jake McLaughlin and Johnny Sequoyah join TODAY to chat about their new supernatural TV drama, “Believe.” Johnny, who’s 11, talks about how she got into show biz at such an early age.
The TODAY anchors figure out their own Kevin Bacon numbers on this day marking 20 years since the “6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon” game became a sensation, thanks to three Albright College students.
Famed composer Mamoru Samuragochi admitted in front of hundreds of reporters that he isn’t deaf as he claimed, and that the symphonies he said were his own were actually written by a ghost writer. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
See James and Tom Wood’s full interview with TODAY’s Natalie Morales, who talk about their last time they saw their brother Philip and describe how their family is dealing with the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
With spring just around the corner, chef Bill Telepan joins TODAY to show you how to cook up some tasty fare spruced up with veggies.
Natalie Morales, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall chat about the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and the Americans who were on board. “Guys, this is crazy,” Willie says, while Natalie is reminded of plane tragedies of the past.
Actor Jason Batemen opens up about directing and starring in his new comedy “Bad Words,” in which he says his character crashes a spelling bee to exact some revenge.
Google technologist Daniel Sieberg walks TODAY through some of the search terms Internet users were using over the weekend, including “Kesha” and “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.”
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