Divers are recovering more bodies from the capsized ferry that was carrying hundreds of students, leaving parents heartbroken and angry about alleged delays in the rescue efforts. NBC News' Bill Neely reports.
Chelsea Roff hasn’t had an easy life, but her luck turned around when the Los Angeles waitress was the target of a positive prank that landed her a $1,000 tip and even an offer for her dream job.
Sam Granillo, 32, was a junior at Columbine High School during the deadly shooting spree 15 years ago. His experience left him scarred, and to heal, he traveled around the country meeting other school shooting survivors.
Astros prospect Delino DeShields Jr. was hit in the face by a pitch Friday night, fracturing his cheek and leaving him with a baseball-sized swelling. “I feel a little awkward in the face,” DeShields told TODAY.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took Prince George to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, where he met a marsupial named after him and tried to grab his ear.
Everyone knows texting and driving is unsafe. Now there are apps available that help parents monitor their kids on the road and aim to prevent texting and driving, but do they work? NBC’s Janice Lieberman reports.
After getting through a long, painful year, many Boston Marathon bombing survivors look forward to finishing what they started and paying tribute to those who were injured and killed in the tragedy. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
A slow-moving landslide in the resort town of Jackson, Wyo. , has picked up speed and shows no end in sight, forcing many homes to remain evacuated. NBC News' Joe Fryer reports.
TODAY fans tweet in some hilarious captions for a photo showing the anchors Jenna Wolfe, Lester Holt, Erica Hill and Dylan Dreyer all high-fiving.
Law enforcement officials are working around the clock to make sure the Boston Marathon is safe, employing a mobile command unit, double the number of plainclothes officers, more bomb-sniffing dogs and even robots. NBC News' Stephanie Gosk reports.
George Oliphant, host of "George to the Rescue," redo's one woman's kitchen. He also gives TODAY's Erica Hill tips for fixing up the "heart of your home," including painting your cabinets and replacing your countertops.
The latest batch of Clinton-era documents released this week reveal that in 1993 the White House courted Chelsea Clinton's current mother-in-law, then-Congresswoman Marjorie Margolies Mezvinsky, for support for their healthcare law.
Police arrested Mohammed Whitaker Friday, accusing him of a series of highway attacks over the past month. Investigators detailed in a news conference how they tracked him down, and NBC's John Yang reports one big question remains: what's the motive.
A new report on the state of pet health in America shows that there’s been big upticks in documented instances of Lyme disease in dogs and feline immunodeficiency virus in cats. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.
President Barack Obama tweeted a photo Friday showing him enjoying the weather on one of the first warm days of the year. TODAY's Jenna Wolfe reports from the Orange Room.
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