The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit Thursday against the online retail giant, claiming it billed parents for millions of dollars in unauthorized app charges by children.
TODAY s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb talk about a new trend in speed dating in which everyone put brown paper bags over their heads in an attempt to get to know each other beyond physical attributes.
Out There: In this week's LGBT wrap-up with Thomas Roberts, organizers hold a blood drive for gay and bisexual men, another Hobby Lobby lawsuit comes to the forefront, a Colorado judge strikes down the state's marriage ban, a Burger King wrapper advocating LGBT rights is fetching a pretty sum on eBay and actress Laverne Cox makes history.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.
Forget the cinder-block walls and tiny quarters. Upscale dorm rooms put some apartments to shame and are giving students more housing options. CNBC's Diana Olick reports
After 16 children have died after being left along in hot cars this year, one police officer tested how hot the inside of a car can get.
Pete Hammond, columnist at Deadline Hollywood, joins Tamron Hall to break down this year's Emmy Awards nominations.
The U.S. Border Patrol said it has stopped sending Central American children and families to San Diego after they re arrested in South Texas. The experiment sparked backlash when protesters forced busloads of immigrants to reroute.
Food Network s Maneet Chauhan joins TODAY to show viewers how to enjoy some easy outdoor cooking on the grill.
Rent-A-Center is offering cellphones with no credit check, deposit or long-term contract.
As Gaza reels from rocket attacks, Israel appears primed to launch a ground invasion in the wake of what is now a four-day assault.
A 'world-class' dinosaur track site discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park shows that herds of duck-billed dinosaurs thrived under the midnight sun. Produced by weather.com.
A new image from the former Taliban prisoner s time in captivity is sparking controversy: It shows him smiling alongside a former leader of the Haqqani terrorist network. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
New NBC News Marist Polls, Elizabeth Warren hits the campaign trail, Millenials network for a progressive America and look who is opening a Pot shop?
Celeb chef Rachael Ray and Thomas Roberts really go wild on Friday when both try some samplings from her Nutrish-line cat food.
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