New video has surfaced of an Islamic militia apparently securing a US embassy in Libya that was abandoned about a month ago. NBC’s Bill Neely reports.
A split photo of a young boy’s smile before his first day of school, and his subsequent gloomy face after, is bringing big laughs and sighs on the web.
Torrential rain, high winds and “hail the size of tennis balls” are plaguing parts of the country over the Labor Day weekend. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
Quintavious Johnson is only 12 years old, but has been wowing the judges on “America’s Got Talent.” Johnson joins TODAY on the Plaza.
Across the country, more and more businesses are implementing the honor system instead of hiring staff to manage counters and cash registers. And some are making a profit. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
Charlotte Ponce, the little girl who was severely disfigured as a baby by a raccoon, recently had a massive surgery to attach a new ear to her head – an ear that she grew in her own arm. NBC’s Andrea Canning reports.
With the Obama administration exerting caution, and the Secretary of Defense saying a terror attack could be imminent, many are asking if the administration is actually concerned about an attack from the Islamic militant group.
The popular elementary school sport kickball is making a comeback with upwards of 100,000 players taking part in recreational games across the country. TODAY’s Erica Hill reports.
Right in the middle of Labor Day weekend, much of the Midwest is bracing for severe weather threats, which could bring flooding to the Lower Mississippi Valley and thunderstorms to the central plains.
NASCAR star Tony Stewart will compete for the first time today at the Atlanta Motor Speedway since striking and killing a fellow driver earlier this month. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
For one The Jackie Robinson West Little League team player, Jaheim Benton, life off the field was harsh, as his family struggled with homelessness. Until one local heard his story and decided to help. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Idaho’s 8-year-old Noah Aldrich is inspiring his community by helping his 6-year-old disabled brother finish a triathlon, pushing and pulling his brother to the finish line. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports.
Northern Wales is quickly becoming the adventure capital of the world, from record-setting zip lines to deep cavern exploration. NBC’s Annabel Roberts reports.
Two flights this week were disrupted by arguments over personal space. Should you lean your seat back? Who gets the arm rest? NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
Hurricane Arthur left a North Carolina mother stranded, with no way to get to the hospital, leaving first responders to perform a swift-water rescue. The Weather Channel’s Dave Malkoff reports for TODAY.
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