A Consumer Reports article says that a gluten-free diet may not always be healthy and cites a study that found many gluten-free foods caused people to gain weight. TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones reports.
The Olympic figure skater joins TODAY on the plaza to talk about recently adopting two children from Haiti with his wife. “Our hearts are twice the size,” he says.
Despite multiple allegations of sexual assault, Bill Cosby took the stage to perform his comedy act. Another accuser has come forward, the fourth in recent weeks. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
An online video that captures a woman’s battle with narcolepsy, a neurological disorder, has gone viral. NBC’s Kerry Sanders talks to her.
NHL star Jack Johnson is filing for bankruptcy, and blames his parents. He says he granted power of attorney to his mom, and his parents spent his money without his knowledge.
Police say a Michigan woman was spotted walking along the north fence of the White House with a gun in a holster. She was taken into custody Thursday.
Authorities say gunman Myron May believed the government was targeting him for persecution. He reportedly detailed his thoughts in a journal and videos.
Worried about what reporters will wear for Prince William and Duchess Catherine’s visit to New York, the palace has released a dress code for “smart attire.”
More than 70,000 webcams in 152 countries, including almost 5,000 in the U.S., have been broken into by a hacker in Russia. NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen interviews a cyber security expert about what can be done.
A new study finds that the germ count is 27 times higher with electric hand dryers than with paper towels, and that the dryers cause germs to spread all around you.
The country star tells People magazine about the difficulty of being gay in the country music industry. He inspired artist Billy Gilman to also come out. Tamron Hall reports from the Orange Room.
Thousands took to the streets Thursday to rally against the government’s handling of the apparent massacre of 43 college students.
After storms dumped piles of snow on upstate New York in a November storm, TODAY viewers shared some of their favorite photos from the cleanup.
Performers on the plaza showed off a skill that would make changing rooms a thing of the past.
The comedian joins TODAY to talk about his new HBO sitcom, “Hello Ladies: The Movie,” and tests out some of his best pickup lines and dance moves on the TODAY anchors.
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