TODAY special correspondent Joan Lunden is battling breast cancer with a positive attitude and she tells Kathie Lee and Hoda about the important role her family is playing to help her beat the disease.
US soldiers show off their talents for Jay Leno and Al Roker at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan before TODAY USO comedy tour Wednesday night.
Kristen tells us about a girl who kept eating her hair until she had a whole hairball in her stomach!
The actor joins TODAY to talk about his role in “Gone Girl,” and chats about marrying his longtime partner David Burtka earlier this month.
The “Real Housewives” star has new show, “Manzo’D With Children,” where viewers will see the chaos that ensues when the entire family lives under one roof.
On the day of her bachelorette party, Kayla drives to an appointment she's been waiting three years for: getting her braces off! She reflects on how braces have affected her life, attitude and happiness.
In a flashback to the 1900s, Henry remembers a dying friend who reminded him to stop and appreciate the beauty of the world around him. From the Forever Season 1 episode, "Fountain of Youth."
Take a look at the actress in total mommy mode
Carson Daly’s mom Pattie, a breast cancer survivor, joins him in the Orange Room for our Pink Power series in support of breast cancer awareness.
GQ has put together a hilarious video of guys offering advice for other guys on tinder.
Henry approaches a distraught suspect on a subway platform.
The multi-talented Tyler Perry plays a powerful defense attorney in the new drama “Gone Girl,” and he tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that he always wakes up happy these days.
A new app called “Good 2 Go” has people talking about how to track “affirmative consent” college campuses when it comes to sex. Its creator hopes it can be a tool in the sex assault fight. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
Joan Lunden helps kick off our Pink Power series, celebrating survivors, supporting those battling cancer and remembering those lost. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
Computer security firm McAfee has said that comedian Jimmy Kimmel is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online. Kimmel joked it was an honor to be nominated.
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