The Federal Aviation Administration has granted six American production companies permission to fly commercial drones. NBC s Kerry Sanders reports.
A fire at an FAA radar facility has shut down Chicago s busy O Hare and Midway airports temporarily. All personnel have been evacuated. NBC s Tom Costello reports.
The third American aid worker to contract the Ebola virus is back home in Massachusetts this morning. Dr. Rick Sacra was released from the Nebraska Medical Center, where he was being treated.
In TODAY s Take, the anchors debate after hearing a story about a woman who got upset with her husband after he booked side-by-side seats for a long flight, but with her stuck in the middle.
After an arrest Wednesday night, Timothy Longo, police chief of Charlottesville, Virginia, says that the search for the missing UVA student continues.
Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, says that Syria is not a reliable partner in the fight against the terrorist outfit, pointing out the country s actions against its own people.
The stars of the Truly Brave music video, the new mash-up performed by Cyndi Lauper and Sara Bareilles, join Kathie Lee and Hoda to chat about their favorite moments from the set, including playing with all of that paint, and they remind us that everyone can help fight pediatric cancer.
Numerous power outages and flooding plague Texas after a series of severe storms, while a nor easter is set to soak the East Coast. Al Roker reports.
A woman punched by a California Highway Patrol officer has reached a settlement deal for $1.5 million. The officer has agreed to resign.
Former Jersey Shore reality star Mike The Situation Sorrentino is out on bail after his arrest on federal tax fraud charges. He and his brother are accused of underpaying. Both have pleaded not guilty.
More than a month after the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, protesters gathered in Ferguson, Missouri, after a makeshift memorial for the teen went up in flames.
The Hearth and Home technologies company is recalling 20,000 indoor and outdoor gas fireplaces because of a valve that can leak, creating a fire hazard.
The musical grossed more $6.2 billion worldwide, making it the largest grossing production of any media in entertainment history.
Timothy Longo, the police chief in Charlottesville, Virginia, called the actions of Jesse Matthew, a person of interest in a case of missing 18-year-old college student Hannah Graham, very bizarre. Matthew briefly stopped at the police department to ask for the name of a lawyer before speeding off in his car.
The man who jumped the White House fence, and made it into the North Portico doors of the White House was brought to a local hospital for medical examination. While officials say the First Family was never in danger, the security breach is under investigation. NBC s Kristen Welker reports.
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