TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
Al Roker sits down with Seth Meyers, who’s hosting Monday's Emmy Awards, and chats about what Meyers has in store for the ceremony.
Hackers reportedly forced an American Airlines plane to be diverted and make an emergency landing. Via Twitter they allegedly threatened a top Sony executive onboard. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
The duo got lots of attention at the Video Music Awards for their outfits, but many people on social media said Jennifer Lopez was the best-dressed. Dylan Dreyer reports from the Orange Room.
The doctor-turned-senator went on a humanitarian mission to Guatemala, and continues to raise his national profile as he considers a possible White House run. NBC’s Chris Jansing reports.
Entertainment Weekly’s Matt Bean joins TODAY with a preview of Monday night’s Emmy Awards, including the tribute Billy Crystal will make in honor of his late friend.
The TODAY contributor is still meeting the challenge and hasn’t used any Wi-Fi devices during it. TODAY viewers tell us how they’re doing with their own challenges.
Joran van der Sloot has been sent to a remote prison in Peru after officials said he threatened to kill the warden of his former prison near Lima.
A 24-year-old man was arrested in New York, accused of climbing up a tower on the bridge to take photos.
The Little League sensation and her Philadelphia team, the Taney Dragons, tell TODAY’s Matt Lauer about competing in the Little League World Series. Davis said it “feels amazing” to play.
The parents of slain teens Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin, talk with NBC's Craig Melvin about the tragedies that have linked them. Michael Brown is being laid to rest Monday.
TODAY’s Al Roker recaps the VMAs, which featured performances from Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift, as well as a moment of silent for the events in Ferguson, Missouri, from rapper Common and a spotlight on homelessness from Miley Cyrus.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to bring rough surf to the East Coast. Meanwhile, the heat wave gripping the Midwest and South will intensify. Al Roker reports.
Three students took a selfie while perched 1,100 feet in the air atop one of Hong Kong’s tallest skyscrapers.
New images emerge of widespread damage in California. More than 200 people were injured and hundreds of buildings were damaged. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
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