La actriz Ninel Conde aclaró si ella se practicaría un aborto o no.
Chuck Todd discusses Pres. Obama’s trip to Japan, where the President will address the rise of China and the United States’ commitment to Japan and South Korea.
Skye now knows that Grant Ward is an agent of Hydra as she plays for time in the hopes that the rest of Coulson's team will be able to help her and discover what Ward's really up to. Which one will win this deadly game?
TODAY viewers, moms and dads, send in spoofs of their children’s selfies, mimicking their kids’ poses in hilarious pictures of themselves.
Eleven suspects have been arrested in a Philadelphia-area drug ring whose goal, prosecutors say, was to take over the drug trade at local schools. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
Carson Daly takes us behind the scenes of “The Voice” to show us what it’s like for the show’s talented performers on an elimination day, and sits down for a chat with contestant T.J. Wilkins.
The New York Police Department’s social media campaign, #MyNYPD, has backfired, bombarded with tweeted photos of police brutality. Dylan Dreyer reports from the Orange Room.
Millions of people are handing over their car or house keys to a stranger to make money in a “sharing economy” online boom that comes with serious risks. NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports.
He may be just 10 years old, but his talent is about to leave you blown away!
The comedian gave some advice of a romantic nature to members of Ellen's audience.
Sharon Epperson, CNBC’s personal finance correspondent, joins TODAY to discuss the loan forgiveness program for college graduates, and whether it’s driving tuitions even higher.
Controversy is swirling Wednesday morning over a new watchdog group report that the IRS paid $1 million in bonuses to employees who didn’t pay their taxes.
Eric Decker gets emotional while seeing his unborn daughter on an ultrasound on "Eric & Jessie: Game On." Plus, just how big is that baby?
After a tremendous year for the actress, including winning an Oscar for her breakout role in “12 years a Slave,” and now being selected as People magazine’s Most Beautiful person, Lupita Nyong’o reflects on her rising fame.
The former Yale drama student who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her breakout role in “12 Years a Slave” is revealed as People magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman 2014 in the Orange Room.
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