New research reveals that men conceal shopping trips more than women do. A whopping 41 percent of men say they don’t tell their partners about purchases.
After porcelain dolls were found on the doorsteps of homes in San Clemente, California, neighbors feared it was a practical joke. Instead, the dolls turned out to be the result of some goodwill from a neighborly churchwoman.
Psychologist Dale Atkins and New York Times columnist John Tierney discuss decision fatigue: Why so many of us feel mentally exhausted, and how to cure it.
A newspaper story reports on a New York court ruling that a dad who spanked his child for cursing at an adult used reasonable force, dismissing the child-neglect proceeding against him.
Between the conflict in Israel and the evacuation of the U.S. embassy in Libya, some are questioning the effectiveness of U.S. foreign policy. David Gregory discusses with TODAY’s Lester Holt whether U.S. foreign policy is working or operating in tatters.
Philadelphia is expanding its manhunt for two suspects accused of mowing down a family, killing three children and leaving a mother fighting for her life. NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss Hulu's new original series, Hotwives
The actress joins TODAY to talk about her new thriller, “A Most Wanted Man,” and reveals to Matt Lauer that she loved New Kids on the Block as a kid.
In a stunning security breach, vandals scaled the New York landmark and replaced its American flags with white ones in the dead of night. NBC’s Ron Mott reports.
Fighting resumed in the Mideast as the temporary humanitarian cease-fire came to an end Saturday. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
President Francois Hollande confirmed that there are no survivors after wreckage of a missing Air Algerie Jetliner carrying 116 people was found in Mali. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
An EPA employee tweeted out, “I’m now a C-list celebrity in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.” It was retweeted several thousand times before being taken down. Tamron Hall reports from the Orange Room.
Wetter, cooler weather has helped fire crews make progress in their fight against the largest wildfire in Washington’s history. More than 2,100 firefighters and support crew are battling the flames.
The Flemming family was 6,000 miles away from home when their son Gabriel was diagnosed with lymphoma. But when a friend set up a page on crowdfunding site GoFundMe.com, the Flemmings received a pleasant surprise.
U.S. embassy personnel are conducting business from other parts of the region after they were evacuated Saturday afternoon. The decision to evacuate came on the heels of increased violence in the area. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports.
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