An AirAsia plane with 162 passengers went missing Sunday while flying over the Java Sea. Flight QZ8501 departed from Surabaya, Indonesia, headed for Singapore, when the airline says that the pilots requested to climb to 38,000 feet to avoid clouds.
Members of law enforcement from across the country came to New York City on Saturday to remember Rafael Ramos, one of the two NYPD officers killed in an ambush last weekend.
Former National Transportation Safety Board investigator Greg Feith spoke to TODAY about missing flight AirAsia QZ8501. He says the best evidence so far for what went wrong includes what information the flight crew did or did not have.
We team looked back at some of this year’s biggest entertainment moments including George Clooney’s marriage to Amal Alamuddin and the deaths of stars like Robin Williams and Joan Rivers.
Fourteen-year-old Vako Gvelesiani is in his second season with the Brooklyn Nets Kids, a dance group of children aged 9-14 that performs during Brooklyn Nets games. Vako beat out more than 500 auditioners for the gig despite his severe hearing loss.
Contributing editor of Fandango.com Erik Davis explains which movies at the box office this weekend are appropriate to take children, both young and old, to go see.
As 2014 comes to a close, TODAY’s financial editor Jean Chatzky says there are five smart money decisions you should make before celebrating the start of 2015.
Every year, crowds line the streets of London hoping to see the royal family on their way to church. But this year, Prince William and Duchess Kate left their son George behind, and also had their turkey dinner with the Queen at a new location.
The Weekend TODAY team looks back at some of the biggest news stories from 2014, including the “Bridgegate” scandal involving New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, the ISIS terror threat and the controversial accusations surrounding Bill Cosby.
The post-holiday shopping blues are setting in, and for many, that means returning to the stores to exchange unwanted gifts. Retail analyst and author of “Black Market Billions,” Heeth Herzog, offers tips on the best practices.
The time between Christmas and New Year’s is crucial for the box office, and just like every other year, there are many new movies to go see this holiday season. NBC’s Joelle Garguilo has a sneak peek at what’s in theaters.
The Presidential Motorcade has a history of allowing volunteer drivers to transport the press and White House staffers. But after the New York Times reported that some of the drivers gain no special training.
As many shoppers flock to the stores to use gift cards or return unwanted gifts, Wal-Mart will test a gift card swap on its website. The swap will allow people to exchange gift cards from particular stores and restaurants for a Wal-Mart card.
North Korea is responding to its Internet outage from earlier in the week, blaming the U.S. This comes as Sony recovers from another hack affecting gamers who use Playstation and Xbox. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
A son gave his parents the ultimate gift this Christmas, an envelope with a bill from Bank of America and a note saying their house’s mortgage is paid off. The best part, he captured the memorable moment on camera.
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