Natalie Morales and TODAY contributing correspondent Jenna Bush Hager are with Joe Torre, Bobby Cox, and Frank Thomas in Cooperstown, New York, where the baseball legends are being inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC News’ chief medical editor, joins TODAY to discuss symptoms of aging, like wrinkles and age spots, and reveal what we can do to slow them down.
A report finds that 81 percent of overweight boys and 71 percent of overweight girls believe they’re about the right weight.
A retirement community gives us a fresh look at scenes from some famous films, including “Star Wars,” “A Christmas Story,” and “The Wizard of Oz.” Proceeds go to a local charity.
Officials say the department’s global database, which is used for issuing passports and visas, has crashed. The department is working to correct the issue.
Natalie Morales and Jenna Bush Hager visit Doubleday Field as part of the TODAY Takes Off series.
An Afghanistan war hero banged the gavel Wednesday at the closing bell, and on the third whack, the wooden hammer shattered.
The automaker announced recalls that affect nearly 718,000 vehicles in the U.S. The biggest recall involves a loose bolt on power front seats.
Nat Faxon and Judy Greer join TODAY to talk about starring in FX’s new comedy “Married,” which examines how life can get in the way of love.
A father flying on Southwest Airlines with his two kids took to Twitter after an agent wouldn’t let his kids board early with him. The airline made him leave the plane and delete the tweet before reboarding. Dylan Dreyer reports from the Orange Room.
Officials reversed course Wednesday after assessing the security situation in Israel. The decision came just hours after former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg traveled there to show it was safe. NBC’s Kate Snow reports.
A New York Times article says that your screen cracking has to do with the weight of your device and the angle at which you drop it, as opposed to the casing.
A passenger jet with 116 people onboard disappeared from radar shortly after takeoff over Africa. The airline launched an emergency plan as the search begins. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
Psychologists say using the word “you” when talking to yourself, saying, for example, “You’ve got this,” instead of “I’ve got this,” may be more effective in helping you reach your goals.
A giraffe managed to flee from its pen near Monterrey, Mexico, but a short time later, it returned to the circus on its own.
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