Reaction pours in after the execution of James Foley by ISIS militants. His parents released a statement as militants vow to kill another American if the U.S. doesn’t stop airstrikes. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
Sgt. Kevin Ahlbrand, president of the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, which represents officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot teen Michael Brown, tells TODAY he’s “very disappointed” that Gov.
The actor developed a free app that mimics the sound of typewriter keys that is dominating Apple’s App Store.
Technology journalist Natali Morris joins TODAY to discuss several new apps, including "Glow," a free app that allows women to track their ovulation with their partner.
Time magazine’s Nancy Gibbs and Real Simple magazine’s Kristin van Ogtrop join TODAY to talk about a nationwide survey conducted by both magazines about success, and how the meaning of personal success varies for men and women and changes as we age.
Celebrity stylist Ted Gibson joins TODAY with tips to keep your hair looking fabulous, and shows viewers how to recreate three popular hairstyles.
The award-winning performer joins TODAY to talk about competing on “American Idol” 10 years ago, and about her highly anticipated CD, “JHUD,” due out in September.
For a middle-income family, it will cost an average of $245,000 to take care of a child born in 2013 from infancy to young adulthood, not including college. This is a two percent increase from the year before.
In the latest issue of Essence magazine, Tamron Hall and Johnny Wright, who’s been her stylist for 18 years, discuss how they met, and how first lady Michelle Obama “stole” Johnny to do her hair.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss a woman in Boston who’s speaking out after videotaping a peeping Tom spying through her window.
Hunters had to have the 15-foot-long gator lifted with a backhoe after it broke weighing equipment. It is the largest alligator ever to be legally hunted in Alabama.
The impact of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq is being felt on Tuesday as Islamic state militants were driven from a strategic dam they’d seized in the northern city of Mosul. NBC’s Bill Neely reports.
The supermodel sits down with NBC news special anchor Maria Shriver to talk about her effort to get Congress to require all schools built from the ’50s through the ’70s to test for toxic PCBs in substances like window caulking.
An out-of-control wildfire near Yosemite has doubled in size, and mandatory evacuations have been ordered for 13,000 homes and businesses.
South Pasadena police arrested two teens Monday who they say planned to kill staff members and gun down students at a local high school.
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