CareerBuilder asked employers what colors make a good impression. Among the response: Black conveys leadership and blue conveys you’re a team player, while orange looks unprofessional and brown seems stuffy.
The CDC says it’s concerned about kids all suffering from polio-like symptoms, with no clear identification of their illness. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
Style expert Jenn Falik shows Kathie Lee and Hoda how sweatpants aren’t just loungewear, but they can be worn to the office, or even on date night.
The unnamed patient is in isolation in Dallas, and officials are attempting to track down anyone who came in contact with him. He’s in critical condition. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
A mail carrier may brave a storm, but all bets are off when it comes to bears. A Canadian mailman left a hilarious note explaining why a package wasn’t delivered: “Bear at door.”
An independent costume company is generating some controversy after transforming iconic characters from the blockbuster Disney movie into some rather provocative Halloween costumes.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
The CW has officially killed the Saturday morning cartoon by following the trend of all other network television channels and replacing their weekend morning lineup with TV geared toward teens and families.
Comedians Jay Leno, Craig Robinson and Iliza Shlesinger join Al Roker at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan for the TODAY USO comedy tour, where they’re pumping up the troops for Wednesday night’s show.
Former Secret Service agent Evy Poumpouras says that the agency’s highly publicized security fumbles, including a 2011 shooting at the White House about which new details are now emerging, is a result of “complacency.”
Christopher Kimball, host of “America’s Test Kitchen,” has some quick tips to help you feed your family and spend less time in the kitchen, including how to cook a frozen steak without defrosting.
The accomplished cook moves from appetizers to the main course with British Meatballs and superfood salad, and yes, the TODAY anchors have great fun snickering at some of the terminology.
Hundreds of friends and classmates gathered at North Central Texas College to honor the victims of a bus crash over the weekend. Four members of the women’s softball team were killed when a tractor-trailer crossed the center median and hit their van.
The Secret Service director is set for a grilling Tuesday in the wake of a White House security breach. The intruder made it all the way to the East Room. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
“Simply Laura” host Laura Vitale joins TODAY to show us some quick and delicious recipes to whip up at home, including a mushroom bruschetta you can make in 30 minutes.
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