Secuestré a mi padre por odio y rencor, pues siempre nos maltrató a mí y a mi familia, todo lo que le pasó se lo merecía.
Shinichi successfully petitions to be allowed back to Japan for better materials, unknowingly bringing Myucel along for the ride.
Jax and Stassi rekindle their romance, while Tom and Kristen's relationship drama threatens his big break.
Himakai is plotting to disband Meganebu, unless they find a fifth member. Reminder: Hayato is still a provisionary member!
A festive children's animation following the adventures of a young elf who graduates to Santa's workshop. Unfortunately, as hard as Spike tries, he struggles to adapt to life in the workshop and causes no end of trouble.
La familia de Pablo no es aceptada en Alemania y son devueltos a Colombia bajo protección del gobierno. Pablo hace una llamada a su familia la cual es rastreada por el Bloque de Búsqueda quienes dan con su paradero y dan de baja a Pablo Escobar.
Phil takes Jay on an unconventional fishing trip.
The six remaining groups bring out the popcorn for big screen hits.
Barry neglects to follow his mother's most important rule about using the car after getting his driver's license.
Multi-Grammy Award-winner Michael Buble is joined by Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, Cookie Monster and more stars as he returns with another musical-filled Christmas special.
Christina Applegate, Kevin Nealon, "The Voice" Winner Tessanne Chin
Actor Tim Robbins, ESPN Correspondents Bill Simmons and Jalen Rose.
The Rangers must defeat the evil Splitface who steals people’s spirits including the Yellow Rangers before the fall into an eternal sleep.
Sue feels a sense of freedom without Axl at school; Brick struggles with a fear as he starts middle school; Frankie is jealous when she learns that Axl replies to Mike's texts but not hers.
“Mob City,” “Key and Peele,” “Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People of 2013”, and more on “The Morning After”!
Politico Playbook: "Pajama Boy...is the face of a web ad that is the latest effort by the Obama team to leverage the holidays for conversation about Obamacare," writes Politico's Rich Lowry.
Carley Knobloch shows off a few gifts you can give the techie on your list, such as a subscription to Oysterbooks.com for digital reading, a Roku to stream your favorite shows, and an app that uses voice activation to create your grocery list.
Go inside with Haunted Highway as Devin reflects on the Bridge of Doom.
The Season 5 winner of “The Voice” joins Carson in the Orange Room, where she says her life has been a “whirlwind” since winning the popular competition show.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has not directly responded to Obama’s decision to select openly gay athletes to serve as delegates at the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
From devastating storms across the country to Edward Snowden and the birth of the royal baby, 2013 has been a year full of triumph, tragedy and intrigue. Take a look back at the moments that have shaped our world.
The humanitarian crisis in Syria is growing, with the U.N. General Assembly accusing the Syrian government of “widespread and systematic gross violations” of human rights.
The host of CNBC’s “Mad Money” provides some insight into what to expect on Wall Street next year after stocks jumped to all-time highs in the wake of the Federal Reserve announcing a decision to taper its bond-buying program.
Ellen helped her audience members with the things that have got them stressed this holiday season.
Two-time Olympic medalist Caitlin Cahow, who is openly gay, said she was elated to hear the news that she would serve as a U.S. delegate at the Olympics, and believes that the Games provide her an opportunity to inspire others.
Federal officials are investigating a massive security breach of the retail store, which may have compromised 40 million credit and debit card accounts.
A report commissioned by President Obama recommends tighter legal control over the way an NSA data gathering program collects and use information it collects. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
Republicans continue their attempts to destroy the backbone of America, the United States Postal Service. Ed Schultz and Mark Dimonstein discuss.
In this 1976 interview of the legendary crooner by TODAY’s Gene Shalit, Crosby talks about firsts: his first time recording an album, and the first time her performed on his very own show.
The cosmetics company donated $50,000 to charities around the nation, with $40,000 going directly to the TODAY drive.