In TODAY’s Take, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall discuss a woman who wrote an opinion piece after a photo of her husband carting their kids went viral, and people praised his parenting. His wife said he was doing “next to nothing.”
The actress joins TODAY to talk about filming in New York City for “Begin Again,” a sweet, music-centered film about people trying to start over.
The TSA will more than double the security screening fee imposed on a domestic nonstop ticket. Airports are also looking to boost boarding fees.
The company said it’s making the change in response to what it calls “the preferences of a majority of our guests.”
While classes were taking place on Wednesday, lightning triggered a fire at a middle school. About half the building was destroyed. No one was hurt.
A new law in Tennessee allows bystanders to break into a car if you see a kid inside a hot car who you believe is in danger, without liability.
Police say Forrest Hayes, found dead last November, was left to die by a high-priced prostitute he’d met online, who injected him with heroin. NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports.
Entertainment Weekly’s Matt Bean weighs in on the prime-time Emmy nominees, noting that “Modern Family” has a chance to win a record fifth Emmy, and that Jim Parsons of “The Big Bang Theory” could be up for a fourth.
The embattled LA Clippers owner is getting nasty in his attempt to prevent the sale of his team, calling his wife “a pig.” A court is weighing whether she has the right the sell the team.
Bill Hillmann, the America man who wrote a book on how to survive the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, found himself on the wrong end of a horn at this year’s festival.
TODAY’s anchors debate whether you call out a waiter who doesn’t scribble down your order. Tamron Hall said she doesn’t mind – as long as the waiter doesn’t come back and ask what she ordered.
The actor had scathing criticism for the U.K. Daily Mail after it wrote that his fiancee’s mother opposed their marriage, and that her family joked about Druze religious traditions that end with the death of the bride. NBC’s Katy Tur reports.
A cascade of mud, water and trees came barreling down in Japan, swallowing nearby homes. A young boy died after being pulled from the debris.
TODAY’s Carson Daly and actress Mindy Kaling announce this year’s prime-time nominations, which include Bryan Cranston and Jeff Daniels for Lead Actor in a Drama Series and “The Voice” for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program.
A young humpback whale is back in the open water after being stranded on a beach. Volunteers and experts rigged a harness so the whale could be pulled out to sea.
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