From Furby to Tickle Me Elmo, Willie Geist takes a look back at the most in-demand Christmas toys through the decades. And though toys and games continue to get more advanced with each passing year, many classics still remain.
A teacher and an aide are being called heroes for having jumped into action after a school bus driver lost control of the vehicle and was thrown from his seat. TODAY s Natalie Morales reports.
The actor talks to TODAY about his Broadway role as Shakespeare s Macbeth, a role he says is physically demanding. He also reveals which movie he wants to win TODAY s holiday movie bracket.
Etiquette expert Diane Gottsman provides the holiday dos and don ts for everything from re-gifting presents to answering invasive questions in an appropriate manner.
We ve seen a lot of ugly sweaters, but the TODAY anchors are in awe of the big winner of our ugly sweater contest, whose incredible DIY sweater is wired with lights and even has a wide-eyed penguin.
Check out these adorable viewer-submitted photos for Johnson s Baby of the Week.
The stars of Duck Dynasty released a statement saying they cannot imagine going forward without our patriarch at the helm. Their network, A&E, suspended Phil Robertson earlier this week for his anti-gay comments made to GQ magazine. NBC News Kerry Sanders reports.
E! News Correspondent Jason Kennedy shares the must-see movies opening on Christmas Day, including the Martin Scorsese- directed The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, and The Secret life of Walter Mitty, directed by and starring Ben Stiller.
If you re running out of time this holiday season, Brian Malarkey, executive chef of Enlightened Hospitality, has great ideas for holiday appetizers, like roasted brie with a cranberry apple jam, and a no-carb crab cake.
For the fifth straight year, Americans have voted whatever as the most obnoxious word. Close runners-up include like and you know, but (sadly) twerk didn t make the cut. TODAY s Natalie Morales reports.
A London court acquitted Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, two former assistants of celebrity chef Nigella Lawson. The assistants were accused of making more than $1 million worth of unauthorized charges on credit cards linked to Lawson s personal account. NBC s Jim Maceda reports.
James Costello, who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombing, fell in love with nurse Krista D Agostino, to whom he is now engaged. He tells TODAY that he was glad I got blown up, so that he could meet the love of his life.
Steven Holcomb of the U.S. men s Olympic bobsledding team talks to TODAY about his third Olympics in Sochi and the pressure the team is facing after winning the gold in Vancouver after a 62-year losing streak of the U.S. in the event.
Arctic air from the north combined with above-normal temperatures from the south will make for icy conditions in the midsection of the country, along with 7 to 8 inches of rain. TODAY s Al Roker reports.
TODAY s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb cuddle up next to each other by wearing a Twinsie (a onesie built for two). They also share some photos of unconventional Christmas trees sent in from viewers.