Drug addiction and prison time left Ronnie Goodman without a home, sleeping on the streets of San Francisco. Now, sober for more than a decade, Goodman is training for the city’s marathon, setting out to conquer the same streets on which he sleeps.
David Blotter and Leeman Parker wowed the judges of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” advancing to the talent show’s live rounds, and they brought their hit act to the TODAY plaza.
Philadelphia is expanding its manhunt for two suspects accused of mowing down a family, killing three children and leaving a mother fighting for her life. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Between the conflict in Israel and the evacuation of the U.S. embassy in Libya, some are questioning the effectiveness of U.S. foreign policy. David Gregory discusses with TODAY’s Lester Holt whether U.S. foreign policy is working or operating in tatters.
Lanie Brown and her family found a U.S. flag at a flea market, only to learn it was a tribute flag for fallen marine Lance Cpl. Fred Maciel. Using Facebook, the Browns tracked down Maciel’s family andMpresented his mother with the flag.
U.S. embassy personnel are conducting business from other parts of the region after they were evacuated Saturday afternoon. The decision to evacuate came on the heels of increased violence in the area. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
Organized primarily through Facebook, hundreds flocked to Central Park to participate in its annual water fight on the Great Lawn Saturday afternoon. Jenna Wolfe reports from the Orange Room.
A group of elementary and middle school kids who call themselves the “Little Ninjas” taught Jenna Wolfe how to take on 180 mph winds in order to tackle the extreme sport of indoor skydiving.
Fighting resumed in the Mideast as the temporary humanitarian cease-fire came to an end Saturday. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
The TODAY chat turned to cheating Friday morning when Kathie Lee and Hoda discussed the guilty feeling they have when they get their hair cut by another hairdresser.
Real Simple magazine’s Stephanie Sisco shares unique ways to give back to your community -- without donating money.
In Today’s Take, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist discuss a study that states that being introverted may not always be a bad thing, and Al reveals he considers himself to be a very shy person.
Summer is the time for family vacations, and Orbitz.com senior editor Jeanenne Tornatore explains ways to give back while on the road.
The Flemming family was 6,000 miles away from home when their son Gabriel was diagnosed with lymphoma. But when a friend set up a page on crowdfunding site GoFundMe.com, the Flemmings received a pleasant surprise.
To celebrate Kathie Lee and Hoda’s special “Giving Back” episode, TODAY viewers shared touching stories of moments when unexpected acts of kindness impacted them or their loved ones.
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