TODAY S Tamron Hall, Natalie Morales and Willie Geist show off some of our viewer-submitted Easter traditions photos, including hilarious dog in bunny ears.
Residents in Portland, Ore., are questioning the city s plans to drain a water reservoir after security video captured a 19-year-old man urinating in it. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
Willard Scott helps viewers mark milestone birthdays and other special events.
Today, Prince William and Duchess Kate continued their tour of Australia and saw a sheep shearing in Sydney, with Kate joking that maybe some of the alpaca wool could cover up William s bald spot.
An avalanche that swept down the slope of a route used to ascend Mount Everest on Friday killed at least 13 mountain guides who were working to secure ropes for hundreds of climbers. TODAY s Willie Geist reports.
Jacques Torres helps make some impressive chocolate treats for Easter, including a chocolate egg and a strawberry pastry dart with a chocolate dome.
Veteran actress Margo Martindale plays a skeptical church council leader in the new film Heaven Is for Real, and tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that after meeting the family behind the story, she believes young Colton Burpo actually experienced heaven.
A Reuters photographer provides a rare look into a unique skyscraper in Caracas, Venezuela, called the Tower of David. The unfinished skyscraper, seen in the TV show Homeland, has become a haven for the poor. NBC s Kerry Sanders reports.
The attorney for a Missouri man who is behind bars after a clerical error kept him from serving a 13-year prison sentence for armed robbery has asked for clemency.
The iconic actress will be writing a new pot column for the Denver Post, focusing on her personal experience using cannabis to treat her glaucoma-induced headaches.
Sam Saboura, host of the TLC show Something Borrowed, Something New, shows how you can update your man s spring wardrobe by wearing navy on navy, floral prints and 1950s-inspired looks.
Move over, Peter Cottontail: Check out this fun-filled Easter egg hunt on the TODAY show plaza!
Joe s Jeans has just released a new line of stain-resistant white jeans and denim skirts, just in the nick of time for spring.
Pro-Russian insurgents say they won t leave buildings they occupy until the interim Ukrainian government resigns; meanwhile, U.S. confidence wanes regarding current talks in Geneva. NBC s Peter Alexander reports.
Huffpost Live s Josh Zepps presents the latest pictures of the week, including one of two brothers crossing the Boston Marathon finish line one year after the bombings, and another of the South Korean ferry sinking that killed at least 28 people and left hundreds missing.
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