Our “Guys Tell All” panel answers questions from women about how to get their man to be more serious and how to get them to communicate more in the bedroom.
Dylan Hamme is a talented 11-year-old violist who plays on the streets of New York City for tourists. His idol, musician Joshua Bell, surprises him and asks to play a duet.
Rob Shuter from NaughtyButNiceRob.com fills Kathie Lee and Hoda in on the celeb news they missed over Labor Day weekend, including details of two high-profile couples who tied the knot.
Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about their beach vacations and catch up on the alleged celebrity photo hacking scandal.
Bettina Bush from Working Mother and psychologist Dr. Eileen Kennedy Moore discuss the positive and negative impacts of giving your kids labels.
TODAY health and diet editor Madelyn Fernstrom explains why it’s a good idea for your kids to choose pizza bites over chicken nuggets and eat honey graham squares rather than chocolate sandwich cookies.
Telemundo’s Ingrid Hoffmann, host of “Top Chef Estrellas,” spends an afternoon with a Miami mom who is passing on love and family tradition through a cookbook.
Thursday’s installment of TODAY’s series, “Hope to It,” spotlights a Georgia business, called “Special Kneads and Treats” that’s employing people with disabilities.
The actor and comedian sneaks up on Al Roker as the anchor finishes reading the weather, giving Al an opportunity to demonstrate his ninja-like reflexes.
A new report reveals that multiple states do not meet emergency planning standards for schools and child care providers.
Lindsey Rogers-Seitz opens up to TODAY about her child’s death after her husband accidentally left him in a car. Sadly, the deaths of children left in cars has been a recurrent issue and topic of conversation this summer.
Style expert Lilliana Vasquez joins TODAY to tell us about the skater dress, one of Tamron Hall’s favorite looks, which features a tighter bodice and flare around the hips.
Kristin Kirkpatrick of the Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Sampson Davis join TODAY to discuss the latest health headlines, including a study that reveals the benefits of a low-carb diet.
The actor puts his zany spin on Al Roker’s weather forecast, pointing out some areas of the country where the sun has been shopping online and others that are at risk of some “radiant spikes that seem to be creating a pool of viscous blood."
Apple has reportedly teamed up with credit card companies to make payments easier, and it’s said that the iPhone 6 can be used like a mobile wallet.
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