Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb welcome a new group of precious infants from viewers in the latest aww-inspiring installment of Babies of the Week.
Hal Douglas, the man with one of America’s most famous voices, has died. He was featured in thousands of movie trailers throughout his career. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2010.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb disagreed with a recent article from the Huffington Post that decoded the most common texts, such as “hi,” “hey,” and “what’s up,” revealing what those words really mean.
From San Juan, Puerto Rico to Sanibel, Florida, Trip Advisor travel expert Julie Loffredi presents the best locations to recharge this spring break.
In this episode of Orange Roulette, Liza Minnelli answers Nick Lachey's question about her first car.
From floral prints to color blocking, Susan Swimmer of More magazine shares her take on this spring’s hottest fashion trends, whether you’re in your 30s or your 60s or somewhere in between.
Adorable 10-year-old twin brothers Tristin and Tyler show off their unique crafting skills as they demonstrate projects kids can do with their parents, such as using egg cartons to make caterpillars and pipe cleaners to create “jewelry.”
TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas shows Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb a hood that can turn your favorite jacket into a raincoat and an umbrella disguised as a wine bottle.
Ken Coleman and his daughter Taylor are featured on the Lifetime reality show “Preacher’s Daughters.” Ken, a preacher at an Illinois church, says he tries to keep his daughter from getting into situations she can’t handle.
In this episode of "Behind the Tweet," Christian Slater talks about his adventure in Chicago.
A former tabloid journalist says that one of his sources was Princess Diana, and that she acted as a mole in the royal house to get back at her husband, Prince Charles. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
In TODAY’s Take, Willie Geist, Al Roker and Tamron Hall discuss some new words being added to the Oxford English Dictionary, including “DIYer” (short for do-it-yourselfer), which Al is dubious about. Of another new word “wackadoodle,”
A Massachusetts mom broke down into tears of joy upon learning that her hard-working son had been accepted at Brown. Sending us your college acceptance videos with the hashtag #Acceptedtoday.
A cochlear implant from Advanced Bionics was recalled because of the possibility of high levels of moisture in a component. Multiple families have suffered from the defective device. NBC’s senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers reports.
TODAY’s Matt Lauer chats about a few apps to download this weekend, including RunPee, which tells you the best time to take a pee break during a film. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
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