After he became the most decorated Olympian ever, swimmer Michael Phelps swore he’d never compete again. But now he’s signed up to compete in a swim meet in 10 days, his first competition in two years.
A military operation is happening in Ukraine, with the goal of removing pro-Russian separatists occupying government buildings in the eastern part of the country.
The mini-submarine searching for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight was forced to abandon its first mission because the area was too deep. NBC’s Katy Tur reports.
Celeste Corcoran and her daughter, Sydney, were badly injured in the Boston Marathon bombing blast that took Celeste’s legs. She spoke about her emotions as she made her first visit to the marathon’s finish line after the bombing. Natalie Morales reports.
The woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton last week could spend up to two years in prison: Federal authorities have filed two criminal charges against her.
Video of a Southwest Airlines flight attendant cracking jokes like, "Position your seat belt tight and low across your hips, like my grandmother wears her support bra,” while giving safety instructions has gone viral.
Morgan Freeman joins TODAY to offer a sneak peek at his new sci-fi thriller, “Transcendence,” and talk about his role in the film, which also stars Johnny Depp.
The athlete recounted his attempt to break down his bathroom door as the prosecution in his murder trial continued to try to poke holes in his story. NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports from South Africa.
A Missouri man may learn today whether he will finally be sent behind bars 13 years after being sentenced for armed robbery. Due to an apparent clerical error, he never served his sentence. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Michael Jackson’s mother is on the hook for $800,000 to a concert promoter in a failed lawsuit over her son’s death, a judge has ruled.
A Boston agency posted a job listing for a "director of operations" position at a company with brutal requirements and a salary of $0. The fake “interview” was for an ad celebrating the work of moms.
In spite of the senseless tragedy, the Boston community has rallied together, and when it comes to relentless determination, it doesn't get much stronger than Dick and Rick Hoyt. The father and son duo have run the marathon almost every year since 1981.
Director Rick Mereki joins TODAY to talk about his globetrotting video that has captivated millions around the world, and his inspiration for the video that includes TODAY’s own Willie Geist.
SpaceShip Two, the world’s first commercial spaceship, makes a dramatic appearance, perched aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid in New York City.
The Huffington Post released a list of off-putting sayings that bother people the most, including “Just sayin'" and "Everything happens for a reason."
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