The mother of the NFL player, who faces domestic abuse charges after allegedly beating his four-year-old son with a stick, says that while every parent has gone overboard sometimes with discipline.
The sports columnist and author talks about his latest book, “Fantasy League,” a children’s novel about a 12-year-old fantasy football guru who reaches national fame when an owner starts taking his advice.
A U.S. Customs analyst ran an export check on the car when it was being loaded onto a cargo ship in California. The owner says he plans to restore the car.
Researchers say that sweeteners can disrupt healthy microbes in the gut and affect the way the body processes sugar.
Wildfires continue to rage in Northern California, threatening hundreds of homes. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports.
From the first days of the show, the cast of 'Friends' became a regular fixture on TODAY.
The former “Saturday Night Live” cast member will replace Don Pardo, the longtime announcer of the venerable comedy showcase who died in August.
Police say they have started looking for a man they believe may have been the last person seen with missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. NBC’s Craig Melvin reports.
In an exclusive interview with NBC News, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called out ISIS and Obama, calling the U.S.-led coalition against the militants “ridiculous.” NBC’s Ann Curry reports.
As TODAY’s “Secret Lives of Teens” series continues, NBC special anchor Maria Shriver presents the story of a teen who broke free of an Internet addiction so powerful it made him stop eating and even led to him flunking out of school.
The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to authorize President Obama’s request to train and equip Syrian rebels to fight ISIS militants. The Senate is expected to vote on the legislation today.
Would you notice a lost kid wandering around, and would you get involved and help? NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports the surprising results of a social experiment.
A Vanity Fair reporter got some interesting answers when she interviewed a number of stars and asked them what fans say when they recognize them on the street.
Magician Matt Franco, the latest winner of the popular competition show “America’s Got Talent,” stops by TODAY to pull an amazing card trick on the anchors.
Riley, a 4-year old dachshund, jumped out of a plane over California and parachuted gently back to earth with his owner.
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