A chef from Hill Country, which is among Al Roker’s favorite barbecue spots, serves up some of Al’s favorite dishes for the anchor’s 60th birthday celebration. Al’s wife and children join the feast.
Maripaz amenaza a Iván con lograr que envíen a Alex a una casa hogar. El se indigna por su maldad y ella le dice que puede evitarlo casándose con ella.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sent special wishes to Al Roker on his big day, saying, “Everybody loves you. And I adore you.”
A U.S. distributor is recalling 12-ounce clear glass bottles of Corona because they might contain small pieces of glass.
TODAY’s legal analyst Lisa Bloom weighs in on charges against Texas father David Barajas, who is accused of killing a drunk driver who hit and killed his sons. Bloom says that temporary insanity would be a “strong defense."
David Barajas stands accused of killing a drunk driver who hit and killed his two sons. The Texas father has pleaded not guilty. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
Sugarboy narrates the story of two really cool grandparents with guns.
A patient who may have been exposed to the virus is being tested and kept in isolation in a California hospital.
A Missouri mall’s local TV commercial is being called both the worst, and greatest back-to-school ad ever. The video has gotten two million views so far.
Anne Neuberger, special assistant to NSA Director Keith Alexander, discusses the potential dark side of big data collection in the commercial sector.
TODAY is celebrating Al Roker’s birthday with some of our favorite viral moments and memories, and we’re tweeting with the hashtag #RokeringAt60. Willie Geist reports from the Orange Room.
The moms are disgusted that Abby kicked Mackenzie out of the group dance so that she could cheat their competition age entry, in this video extra from Episode 24 of Dance Moms Season 4.
After several nights of violence involving tear gas, vandalism and shootings, there was a respite overnight in Ferguson, Mo., where teen Michael Brown was fatally shot by police. NBC’s Craig Melvin reports.
NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel discusses why a rescue mission to save journalist James Foley was deemed too dangerous, and why it’s so difficult to rescue hostages from ISIS.
Reaction pours in after the execution of James Foley by ISIS militants. His parents released a statement as militants vow to kill another American if the U.S. doesn’t stop airstrikes. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
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