The actor of “How I Met Your Mother” fame joins TODAY to talk about hitting the stage in the play, “Disgraced,” which he describes as “everything you shouldn’t say about race, culture, politics” being said at a dinner party.
The Northern California fire has burned 400 acres, and about 80 structures are threatened. Part of an interstate highway was also closed.
TODAY’s lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe talks with food psychologist Brian Wansink, whose book “Slim by Design” reveals how much our environment affects food choices.
The comedian joins TODAY to talk about her new Netflix comedy projects, including one called, “Uganda Be Kidding Me Live,” which she says will be different from her previous routines.
For the freshest apples, you can't beat picking your own. Ben Popken shows you how to do it right.
Thousands of protesters are expected to turn out in Ferguson, Missouri, for a “Weekend of Resistance” to demand justice for Michael Brown, just after another black teenager, Vonderrit Myers, was shot and killed by an off duty police officer.
In response to Internet rumors that he was supposedly close to death, the legendary boxer posted a selfie on Twitter, saying, “Don’t believe the hype. Feeling great.”
As TODAY launches a new series, “Put It to the Test,” Sheinelle Jones shows viewers how to avoid having your car spin out of control: Rotate your tires every 5,000 to 7,000 miles to help them wear at the same rate.
NBC chief political director Chuck Todd joins TODAY to talk about an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll that reveals that President Obama’s job approval rating is only at 42 percent, but that voters’ view of Congress is even dimmer.
With retailers trying to push out products before the holidays, October is the best time to get some great deals on jeans. TODAY’s Consumer Correspondent Janice Lieberman explains how you can get some great deals on jeans this month.
From the annual cost of owning a dog to what it really means when your pooch is wagging its tail, Dr. Liz Hanson, a veterinarian, tests the ladies on their knowledge of man’s best friend.
As the weather turns cold, there’s nothing like a bowl of soup to warm up, but not all soup is as healthy as you may think. NBC News health and diet editor Madelyn Fernstrom gives the ladies her tips for making the smartest soup selections.
Darren Julien and Martin Nolan of Julien’s Auctions join TODAY to show some Madonna memorabilia for sale, including the dress she wore for her “Material Girl” video and the gown she wore for her wedding to Sean Penn.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
At the Ibex outdoor clothing company in Vermont, bringing your dog to work has been office policy for the last decade. Employees say they see it as a benefit similar to a 401k or health insurance. NBC’s Harry Smith reports.
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