Beginning in January, McDonald’s customers in Japan can once again order large fries again after a shortage that forced the fast food chain to sell only small orders of fries.
At various hospitals across the country, babies born during the holidays are placed into Christmas stockings, rather than traditional towels, proving that babies are really the best gifts of all.
Despite once saying that one should not, “put stuff on your head if you’re president,” President Obama donned a tiara while posing for a photo with a group of Girl Scouts on Wednesday.
The President and First Lady met with U.S. troops at a nearby marine base during their Hawaii vacation. President Obama thanked the men and women for their service saying Afghanistan has a chance to “rebuild” because of their sacrifices.
The day after Christmas many people will either return gifts they do not like or hold on to the presents to later regift. We asked our viewers on Facebook which side they fall on. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe has the results from the Orange Room.
Elaina Cardenas loves ballroom dancing. But being born with a spinal disorder, Cardenas’ parents didn’t know if dancing could be a reality for their daughter. Today, Elaina thrives on the dance floor, and has met “Dancing with the Stars’” Tony Dovolani.
Some demonstrators protesting police brutality turned a peaceful march into a violent one, shattering store windows and setting fire to a dumpster. They also vowed not to give police the day off on Christmas.
In a video for Buzzfeed, a group of dads braided their daughters’ hair for the first time, bringing out their little girls’ most brutal honesty.
Brian Malarkey, executive chef of Enlightened Hospitality Group shows how to make delicious eggnog French toast and “egg in a hole.”
The sensational singing quintet Fifth Harmony performs their own rendition of “All I Want for Christmas is You.”
Kathie Lee and Hoda wish everyone a merry Christmas and share a heartwarming story: A sister who was separated from her brothers for six years reunited with them, with the help of Prank It Forward.
Hairstylist Louis Licari and style expert Lilliana Vazquez help two women plucked from the plaza get sexy new looks just in time for Christmas Day.
Al Roker and Jay Leno joined together earlier this year on a USO comedy tour in Afghanistan, and now they’re back to bring some much-needed cheer to the soldiers back home.
Pastor Joel Osteen joins the TODAY anchors to take a couple common holiday questions posed by TODAY viewers, like how to avoid setting unrealistic holiday expectations, and how to enjoy your family and friends’ company.
TODAY’s Al Roker, Natalie Morales, Tamron Hall and Willie Geist chat about the best topics of Christmas morning, including what to do with bad gift givers and some great toys for dogs.
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