TODAY contributor Jill Martin zoomed 150 feet down the new water slide in Kansas. It’s now open and ready to make a splash.
TODAY health and diet editor Madelyn Fernstrom gives us some tips on simple changes to make in your usual routine to help you power through your day.
Exploring Alaska as part of the “TODAY Takes Off” series, Natalie Morales heads into wild bear territory and learns how to handle confronting the massive mammals.
Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about the television shows and actors whose Emmy nominations were announced Thursday (and the ones that weren’t). The ladies also take a look at video of a little boy singing a lullaby to his baby brother.
A man who visited his son in a Chicago jail got locked in a room, and no one could hear his screams. He broke off a sprinkler nozzle and firefighters were called to the scene, finding the man wet but unharmed.
Beginning a journey to some of America’s most iconic landmarks, Natalie Morales goes to Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska. About 400,000 people from around the world visit the site yearly.
The actor calls in to TODAY to talk about how thrilled he is about his Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series in “Episodes,” a comedy that airs on Showtime.
In small clinical trials, the drug helped a majority of patients reduce symptoms significantly. The drug still has to undergo broader clinical trials.
Epicurious’ Nilou Motamed joins TODAY to show Willie Geist how to make the website’s most popular chicken recipe, using farm-raised chicken, thyme and Dijon mustard.
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.
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