The Biggest Loser s Bob Harper shows TODAY how to make some of the delicious and super-lean recipes from his new book, Skinny Meals.
A crowded ferry sank off the coast of South Korea overnight. At least four people are dead and nearly 300 are missing. A frantic rescue operation is underway. CNBC s Eunice Yoon reports.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, join TODAY s Savannah Guthrie exclusively to discuss their new initiative, which seeks to gain support for stricter gun control.
Armored vehicles were cheered on arrival in eastern Ukraine, some flying Russian flags. The vehicles appear to have fallen into the hands of pro-Russian forces.
The defense team in South Africa is played offense on Wednesday, trying to unravel the case against Oscar Pistorius. The athlete was back in his seat, again appearing sick in court. NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports.
Dr. Jill Biden, along with three veterans, join TODAY s Tamron Hall in the Orange Room to discuss the third anniversary of the Joining Forces initiative, which seeks to support America s service members and military families before, during and after deployment.
In TODAY s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist and Tamron Hall discuss a new study that reveals what your sleeping positions say about your relationship. I need my space, Natalie laughs. I don t even start with the spooning.
Near the scene of last year s bombings at the Boston Marathon, Boston police detonated two suspicious backpacks, and a man was taken into custody at the scene. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
Dr. Jill Biden answers a few viewer questions as well as one from Tamron Hall while in the Orange Room.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb take a look at video of musician Pharrell crying during an interview with Oprah after realizing all the support he s gotten from fans who love his hit song Happy.
When researchers measured people s blood sugar levels while they stuck pins in voodoo dolls representing their spouses, they found that the lower the blood sugar levels, the more pins were pushed into the doll.
The woman accused of throwing a shoe at Hillary Clinton last week could spend up to two years in prison: Federal authorities have filed two criminal charges against her.
Style expert Lilliana Vazquez says sneakers are the hot item for your feet this spring and shows off comfortable kicks for all ages, along with slip-on shoes and high-fashion sneakers with metallic colors.
A teenager who followed the advice from a 1950s guide on how to be popular has now written her own book, Popular: Vintage Wisdom for a Modern Geek, and tells TODAY that some tips from the past remain relevant today.
TODAY contributor and relationship expert Matthew Hussey chats about the annoying things about their men that drive women crazy, including a wife who needs advice to deal with a husband who s noisy when he eats.
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