Parents Edward and Kristin Wagner mounted a GoPro camera on their baby son Braydon's corrective helmet to see the world through his eyes. Watch what he notices at a Grand Prix car race (he seems to like the shiny car).
The credit reporting agency Experian says the number of loan defaults and delinquent auto loans surged between April and June.
The six-story-high duck’s imposing yellow presence arrived to help kick off the city’s Tall Ships Festival.
Dr. Jorge Rodriguez joins TODAY to talks about key numbers when you’re 60 and over, saying that if you're blood pressure is over 150/90, you should seek treatment.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss a new survey that says 55 percent of people eat or cook while taking a call, and others even take calls while using the loo.
Thursday’s installment of TODAY’s series, “Hope to It,” spotlights AileyCamp, a six-week program from Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater that serves kids ages 11 to 14, helping them face personal challenges through dance.
TODAY rounds up some of most memorable Ice Bucket Challenge mishaps, including one of a man who got a bucket thrown at his face by an over-exuberant friend.
Bob McDonnell is being asked tough questions about the state of his marriage and the man who befriended his wife. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Pet expert Andrea Arden of Animal Planet joins TODAY to help you choose the right dog for your family, saying the temperament of the dog is an important factor.
The bank reached the record settlement with federal and state authorities, resolving the investigation into its role in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis.
In support of Matthew McConaughey's fanny pack style, Matt Lauer and Al Roker sport their own stylish fanny packs on TODAY.
From the Deep South to Minnesota, temperatures are soaring into the 90s, ushering in a threat of dangerous storms. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
The comedian is taking on a new challenge next week when he hosts the Emmys on Monday night. He’ll later head to the Governor’s Ball, the first stop for party hopping.
The American Chemical Society says it’s okay to pee in the ocean, noting that urine is 95 percent water.
NBC News terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann joins TODAY to discuss a $100 million ransom issued by ISIS for journalist James Foley before the terrorist organization killed him.
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