Severe storm warnings have been issued for parts of Nebraska and Kansas, and the storm could spread to Oklahoma City by early Monday. Residents are bracing for heavy downpours and potentially strong winds. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
He was once O.J. Simpson's attorney, but on Friday, it was Yale Galanter who was on the defensive, saying he could not have fought harder for his client. “I put every ounce of blood, sweat and soul I had into defending him,” Galanter said.
Shortages of toilet paper in Venezuela have led to long lines with people waiting days to stock up on rolls. Economists say the shortages stem from state-controlled prices, which are set below market-clearing price as a way to assist the disadvantaged.
YouTube video shows sparks flying as a plane makes an emergency belly-landing at Newark's Liberty International Airport. Meanwhile, half way around the world in Russia, passengers of another plane had to make an emergency evacuation.
Cosmo, a 9-year-old dolphin, has learned to paint in a new program at the Mirage Education and Research Habitat in Las Vegas. Cosmo’s methods are anything but conventional, and he showed off his skills for TODAY’s Erica Hill.
Steve Kornacki takes a look at the Benghazi investigation and how it’s just a part of the right rediscovering its hatred of Hillary Clinton.
Bobby Tufts, 4, may look like a typical kid, but he’s the mayor of the town of Dorset, Minn. He is already learning the challenges of holding an office of power, though, telling TODAY’s Erica Hill his girlfriend only likes him “because I’m the mayor.”
A bear that had already once strayed into a Florida neighborhood visited a Tampa community. TODAY.com’s Dara Brown reports.
Chris tells Jimmy about his first experience with all the features on a Japanese toilet.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" Zoe Saldana introduces Jimmy to her grandmother, who is in the audience -- which is not unusual for her family.
Chris O'Dowd talks about meeting Beyonce while making "Epic," and Jimmy asks about working on Christopher Guest's "Family Tree."
Music guest De La Soul performs "Jenifa Taught Me."
Jimmy and Zoe put on some glow-in-the-dark uniforms the two compete in a contest in the dark.
Jimmy welcomes two audience members who pick buckets filled with random messy items in the quest for the bucket with a cash prize!
Jimmy Fallon's monologue from Friday, May 17.