If you're itching to exit a party, ghosting might just be your answer.
Multiple gunmen reportedly approached Canada’s parliament building in Ottawa. A Canadian soldier was shot near a war memorial. Authorities say one gunman is now dead, and they are currently searching for at least one other gunman.
TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas shows off some fun, creative costume ideas for your upcoming Halloween party.
The government has announced the annual cost of living adjustment for Social Security recipients, disabled vets and federal retirees. The increase will amount to about $20 more per month.
Lesley Robins is the author of a “The Breakup Book” where she offers readers advice for overcoming a tough breakup and bouncing back from a broken heart, including changing your social media habits.
Romilly Newman and Alexander Weiss join TODAY with Teen Vogue magazine’s Amy Astley to prepare some delicious dishes, including crispy skin salmon and baby kale salad. The young cooks are featured in the new Teen Vogue.
The singer joins TODAY to talk about releasing his new album, and reveals how honored he was to open for Billy Joel in concert. He also jokes with the anchors about his shapely legs.
Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss a new study that found 90 percent of kitchen towels to be covered in bacteria. Experts say it’s important to wash your towels after every use.
The singer, whose new album is “Finest Hour: The Best of Gavin DeGraw,” performs before fans in Studio 1A.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
The actor opens up to GQ magazine about how his wife, Camila Alves, with whom he had two children before becoming engaged, pushed him to propose.
Kathie Lee and Hoda, along with Entertainment Weekly’s Meeta Agrawal, quiz viewers on their knowledge of famous TV talk show hosts.
The anchors chat with Gavin DeGraw about a picture of a portable toilet sitting high in the sky at a construction site for the new Viking’s stadium, and whether they’d dare to use it.
YouTube’s Zayna Aston joins TODAY to talk about some of the most popular Halloween how-to videos online.
Vegetarian and vegan diets were associated with much lower sperm counts and lower sperm motility than diets of meat eaters.
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