Temperatures have plunged 40 degrees in parts of the country as winter weather drops snow, ice and rain. NBC s Dylan Dreyer reports.
Australian artist Duncan McConchie is such a fan of the 1980s movie The Blues Brothers that he recreated one of its iconic scenes using Legos. TODAY s Al Roker reports.
Willie Geist and Al Roker, along with Jenna Bush Hager, take a look at the distinctive socks that Jenna s grandfather, former President George H. W. Bush, was photographed wearing: they have his own face on them!
Officials in Connecticut released the 911 calls that came in during the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school last year, despite pleas from the victims families asking that the calls not be released.
As new details of the Fast and the Furious star s tragic death in a car crash are released and production is suspended on the next film in the franchise, many are mourning his loss including one couple who say they had just found out that Walker secretly purchased their engagement ring for them.
Natalie Morales talks to Country music artist Carrie Underwood and the rest of the cast and crew behind the scenes of Sound Of Music Live about the upcoming debut Thursday night.
Newly released court documents describe police wiretaps that document Toronto Mayor Rob Ford allegedly trying to buy a video from gang members that showed him smoking crack cocaine. NBC s Tamron Hall reports.
The Queen of Hip Hop Soul spreads some Christmas cheer with a live performance on TODAY.
Some fast food workers are expected to walk off their jobs and join rallies in 100 cities in support of higher wages. NBC s John Yang reports.
Stylist to the stars Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin make over a mom whose dramatic new look makes her family cry, as well as a self-described plain Jane who gets a knockout new look.
While wrapping up a two-day trip to Beijing, Vice President Joe Biden criticized China s treatment of journalists, who say they face retaliation for stories that reflect negatively on the nation s government. NBC s Tamron Hall reports.
Time magazine is asking its readers to weigh in on the words they want to ban in 2014, and topping the list are twerk, bromance and selfie. TODAY s Matt Lauer reports.
Robyn Spizman, author of Make It Memorable, demonstrates how you can customize gifts for your friends and family, from books and puzzles to note cards and jewelry.
The embattled Toronto mayor, who has been at the center of controversy after admitting to smoking crack, called into a sports radio show to talk about his current troubles, as well as football.
Researchers from M.I.T have come up with what they say is the world s trickiest tongue twister. The TODAY anchors give it a try, and so can you: Pad kid poured curd pulled cold