YouTube’s Zayna Aston joins TODAY to talk about some of the web’s most popular how-to videos, including one that shows you how to make a mini cake in a mug.
A new generation of kids will be introduced to the classic cartoon about a super-smart dog and his boy, with voice work by stars like Ty Burrell. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Chef Jodie Rogers shows TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie how to give flapjacks a sweet and savory makeover, making bacon pancakes, plus a carrot cake version.
The actor talks to TODAY about starring in the new film “The Face of Love” with Annette Bening, and to chat about delivering some key lines in “Gravity” that kept us on the edge of our seats.
The Obama administration approved the grace period for health insurance plans that don’t meet minimum Obamacare standards. People can keep those plans until October 2017, if their states allow it.
The National Highway Traffic Administration is ordering General Motors to provide answers on why it took so long to recall more than a million cars, even after more than a dozen people were killed. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
Rescuers who raced to help a woman and her children after she drove the car into the ocean recall the dramatic incident. Police had interviewed the mother just hours earlier amid concerns over her mental state. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
A businessman who lost half a million dollars at a Las Vegas casino during Super Bowl weekend is arguing he shouldn't have to pay because he was blackout drunk.
Big changes to the SAT test, including making the essay portion optional, are creating a buzz online. Tweet us your opinion on the changes with the hashtag #OrangeRoom.
Liz Wahl of the Washington bureau of the Kremlin-funded Russia Today TV station resigned Wednesday during a broadcast, after criticizing coverage of Russia's decision to send troops into Crimea.
TODAY anchors test out some handy tips on how to recall names, including repeating names over and over, and asking someone questions about their name.
A Western drought is impacting the California avocado crop and creating anxiety among guacamole lovers who fear the country could face an avocado shortage. NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports.
A pelican adopted by staff members at a Tanzania resort after the bird was separated from his flock during a storm was taught how to fly by the staff when they flapped their arms. The footage shows his remarkable progress.
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough joins TODAY to discuss the crisis in Ukraine as the GOP steps up pressure over the U.S. response.
The prince gave full credit to the U.S. for the idea that he’s been working to bring to the United Kingdom. The Paralympic-style sporting event is for injured servicemen and women.
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