You might not believe what people try to bring on planes. From samurai swords and nun chucks, they re all documented on the TSA s Instagram account. TODAY s Jenna Wolfe reports from The Orange Room.
The death of a Cops crew member earlier this week is raising new concerns about extreme reality TV. One former producer shares her story, revealing just how dangerous these shoots can get. NBC s Hallie Jackson reports.
There is large concern about an ISIS attack in the West, but how real of a threat is an attack by the Islamic militant group? NBC terrorism analyst Evan Kohlmann discusses with TODAY s Erica Hill.
Moving deeper into the health care business, Wal-Mart plans to open the clinics in a dozen rural stores by the end of the year.
The Australian government has evacuated some communities after the volcano erupted last week. Some flight disruptions in the region have been reported.
Josh Zepps, host of HuffPost Live, joins TODAY to show off some of the most powerful images of the week, including a photograph of a 20-foot wave from Hurricane Marie and some celebrity antics from the Emmys red carpet.
A restored version of the iconic 1984 comedy is being rereleased on 700 screens today.
The 21-year-old star joins Matt Lauer to talk about her incredible career, how she s dealt with her rise to fame, and playing Cat Valentine on Sam & Cat.
Watching a sneak peak of Tamron Hall appearing in an episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Ariana Grande compliments Tamron on how good her derriere looked while she was climbing.
The 81-year-old comedian was reportedly having a minor endoscopic procedure in New York City when she suddenly stopped breathing. She was rushed to a local hospital. NBC s Katy Tur reports.
The singer and her Nonna chat with the anchors about how her grandmother knew that Ariana had talent when she took her to audition for a role in their community theater s production of Annie as a child.
A California school district investigated a teacher after her Twitter tirade against students. She was reprimanded in writing, but parents demand a harsher punishment. NBC s Jacob Rascon reports.
Martha Stewart joins TODAY to offer advice on how parents can help their children stay organized for school, using such items as bins and a label maker.
An unruly passenger who apparently lunged at a flight attendant cause a Paris-bound Miami flight to make an unscheduled landing in Boston.
The iconic Hollywood stars have married in France, according to their spokesman. The two have been together for more than nine years, have six children and have been engaged since April 2012. NBC s Katy Tur reports.
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