Comedy icon Betty White has taken on a role on the small screen the very small screen, that is. With her classic comedic flair, White demonstrates standard emergency procedures in Air New Zealand pre-flight safety videos.
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Georgia police caught a naked burglar who stole a car, tried to steal a motorcycle and broke into two homes all while wearing nothing but a cowboy hat.
Intel CFO Stacy Smith reacts to the company's quarterly earnings report and discusses gross margin. Smith sees pockets of growth and stabilization in the PC market.
I expect returns in the European market to mirror those of the U.S., says Edward Deicke, JHS Capital Advisors financial advisor, discussing the U.S. economy in the second half and why he would buy all of Europe.
For one day only on Tuesday, anyone could buy Google Glass for a mere $1500.
A USA Today reporter came up with a list of helpful tips for getting live phone service as quickly as possible, including having your account number handy.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb take a look at video of musician Pharrell crying during an interview with Oprah after realizing all the support he s gotten from fans who love his hit song Happy.
Chris Matthews talks to Sen. Ed Markey and Mike Barnicle about the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Rev. Luis Cortes speaks outside the White House Tuesday after he and other faith leaders met with President Obama.
Kansas police and the FBI announced murder charges against alleged Kansas shooter Frazier Glenn Cross. NBC s Ron Allen reports.
Worrisome news out of Ukraine as well as poor home builder sentiment weighed the markets down, but better than expected earnings from Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola helped every index finish positive on the day.
When researchers measured people s blood sugar levels while they stuck pins in voodoo dolls representing their spouses, they found that the lower the blood sugar levels, the more pins were pushed into the doll.
A new Congressional Budget Office report on the Affordable Care Act has good news for Democrats. NBC s Mark Murray reports.
The Huffington Post released a list of off-putting sayings that bother people the most, including Just sayin'' and 'Everything happens for a reason.'
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