TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb talk about a new trend in speed dating in which everyone put brown paper bags over their heads in an attempt to get to know each other beyond physical attributes.
Rent-A-Center is offering cellphones with no credit check, deposit or long-term contract.
In TODAY’s Take, Willie Geist and TODAY contributing correspondent Jenna Bush Hager discuss the “Late Night” host’s attempt to “recruit” the NBA star with a video that promises him desk space and lots of staplers.
Entertainment Weekly’s Nina Terraro joins TODAY to chat about the latest news in the entertainment world, including the latest look at “Gone Girl,” one of this year’s most highly anticipated thrillers.
A professor’s research reveals the alarming amount of microflora and human secretions found on swimsuits and dresses on sale in stores.
Watch the full trailer for the Universal Pictures’ “Unbroken,” which is set to hit theaters nationwide Dec. 25.
The actor joins TODAY to talk about returning as “Ray Donovan,” LA’s best (and possibly most violent) professional fixer, in the Showtime series, returning for a new season.
Food Network’s Maneet Chauhan joins TODAY to show viewers how to enjoy some easy outdoor cooking on the grill.
Bon Appetit magazine’s Adam Rapoport joins TODAY to share his special chicken recipe with lemon and oregano.
Outside magazine’s Sam Moulton joins TODAY to talk about some of the newest and best gear to buy for the season.
Chrysler announced Friday that it’s recalling SUVs, including some 2011 to 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokees, because of a possible fire hazard.
The late Eileen Ford redefined the business of modeling and built a multimillion dollar agency with her husband. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.
An out-of-control wildfire threatened homes in Washington state, forcing residents to evacuate. Meanwhile, severe storms are reported in Virginia Beach. NBC’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
A Mississippi girl who made headlines last year when doctors said she’d been cured of HIV suffered a relapse, and now has an active HIV infection.
An American Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in St. Louis Thursday when a man allegedly wrote threatening messages on his cellphone. The man was led away in handcuffs.
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