The husband of the teacher killed in a mall bathroom in Abu Dhabi last week, Paul Ryan, has spoken out for the first time. She was, always positive and optimistic about life, he said, adding She was special. NBC s Keir Simmons reports.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will arrive in New York City on Sunday for the start of a packed two-day trip featuring appearances in Harlem, at a Nets game and at fundraisers. NBC s Kate Snow.
A YouTube video showing a little girl dancing to a Grateful Dead cover song in a Brooklyn subway station has gone viral, with millions watching and sharing the impromptu dance party. TODAY s Dylan Dreyer reports from the Orange Room.
The Discovery Channel will premiere Eaten Alive, a special featuring filmmaker Paul Rosolie being swallowed alive by a giant anaconda. NBC s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Ugly sweaters were once reserved for ironic gatherings and the fashion-challenged, but are now widely embraced and expected to bring in more than $10 million dollars this holiday season. NBC s Kevin Tibbles reports.
Typhoon Hagupit tears through the town of Borongan in the Philippines Sunday, leaving a trail of damage. Multiple people have reportedly been killed in the storm.
A young swimmer scrambled for shore while being closely followed by a massive crocodile. An onlooker saved the day by throwing an object at the croc.
Florida Police and emergency workers respond to the a three car wreck that left three people and a black bear dead.
New York City s Middle school 53, in Far Rockaway, used to be known as a failing school with a bad reputation. But since Principal Shawn Rux joined and implemented a series of reforms, it s now thriving. TODAY s Sheinelle Jones reports.
Prince William and Kate Middleton arrive at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City.
NBC s royal expert Camilla Tominey joins TODAY s Erica Hill to discuss what you can expect from Prince William and Kate Middleton s visits to New York City and Washington D.C.
Alfre Woodard plays the president of the United States on NBC s State of Affairs. She joined TODAY s Erica Hill to discuss the importance of women in powerful positions on the show, who are the best at what they do.
On December 6, 2014, Chicago protesters continue demonstrations over the lack of an indictment in the death of Eric Garner.
June 21: NBC's Robert Bazell reports on what could be a promising new treatment for people with Parkinson's disease.
February 14, 1980: Natalie Wood sat down for a wide-ranging interview on Tomorrow with Tom Snyder. Wood discussed her remarriage to Robert Wagner and said they always felt something for one another even while they were divorced.
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