Michael Jacobs, president and CEO of Abrams Books, joins TODAY to announce the publisher’s donation to the show’s annual Toy Drive.
Hairstylist Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin ambush two women visiting the plaza and give them stunning new looks that will wow their families and friends.
Evette Rios from Latina magazine suggests gifts for loved ones who enjoy new experiences, such as animal adventures, learning to fly and arranging flowers.
Style expert Shauna Miller joins TODAY to suggest outfits perfect for such holiday occasions as your office party and a night out on the town.
Born in China, 12-year-old Jessica Carscadden was abandoned because of a facial defect. She was adopted by a loving American family who are honoring Jessica’s effort to start a nonprofit organization that provides stuffed animals to comfort kids.
Katie Quinn checks out various tricks for softening butter for all your baking – and toast-topping – needs!
Peter Tiboris and Christy Ely dated seriously in college, but then went their separate ways. Six years later, they were reunited when a dating website matched their profiles. Now they’re married and expecting a baby.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Jenna Bush Hager and Al Roker discuss a Toronto man who finally chose a woman to replace his ex on a trip around the world. “This is like ‘The Bachelor,’” jokes Al.
Retailers participating in “Free Shipping Day” say they’ll waive the shipping fee and guarantee delivery by Christmas Eve. (For a list of participants, go to FreeShipping.com.)
A man enjoying a bike ride in San Francisco got an unexpected surprise when a deer leapt into his path, captured on video. Fortunately, he was wearing a helmet and is doing OK.
Join the TODAY anchors for a lighthearted look back at all the fun, heartwarming surprises and must-see antics that took place on the show in 2014.
Police near Waco, Texas, are looking for a suspect in connection with the shooting of meteorologist Patrick Crawford on Wednesday as he left an NBC affiliate station. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
Animal health company Zoetis says you should keep certain holiday foods and accessories away from your pets. Turkey bones can puncture internal organs, and mistletoe can be toxic.
A study finds a device that can extract blood clots from brain arteries can significantly improve a patient’s ability to recover if used within six hours of a stroke.
Al meets with Oprah Winfrey, star and producer of “Selma,” to talk about the biographical drama chronicling the struggles of Martin Luther King Jr. and the marchers who walked from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama.
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