The NFL announced sweeping changes to its domestic violence policy following criticism of Ray Rice's punishment.
Martha Stewart joins TODAY to offer advice on how parents can help their children stay organized for school, using such items as bins and a label maker.
Janine Stange hopes to make history Thursday when she performs the national anthem in Tennessee, completing her quest to sing The Star-Spangled Banner in every state. NBC's Hallie Jackson reports.
The Toronto City Council term ended today with Mayor Rob Ford dancing and singing to a reggae.
Texas authorities said a man admitted to driving his Bugatti into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico so he could collect insurance. His sentencing has not been scheduled. He faces up to 20 years in prison.
Skyrocketing health insurance premiums are pushing patients and Obamacare enrollees to The Surgery Center of Oklahoma, with director Dr. Keith Smith.
In Thursday night's broadcast: the NFL rethinks domestic violence, Joan Rivers is hospitalized and a battle rages in California over access to beaches.
Two massive storms churning across the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans are creating massive waves and delivering a beating to sand levees along the Southern California coast. NBC s Miguel Almaguer reports.
Rachel Maddow reports that the guilty plea by a former Iowa state senator in a bribery probe may be part of a larger investigation into who did the bribing.
President Obama talks about Russian advances into eastern Ukraine and sanctions that have been leveled against the Russians as a result.
A group of immigration activists gather near the White House Thursday to protest deportations of Latino families.
Flashback: In this 1986 TODAY interview Joan Rivers talks to Jane Pauley about her drive to be a performer.
A news article citing The Sopranos creator David Chase s interpretation of the fate of Tony Soprano, protagonist of the critically acclaimed HBO show, has reignited fierce debate over the series cryptic finale. In a statement, a representative for Chase said the writer misconstrued his remarks.
Frank Keating, American Bankers Association CEO, discusses why it is extremely important for banks to be safe from cyberattacks.
An unruly passenger who apparently lunged at a flight attendant cause a Paris-bound Miami flight to make an unscheduled landing in Boston.
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