Joseph Barca, a police captain in Yonkers, New York, will be a guest at the wedding of a woman whom he saved from choking to death when she was an infant and he was a sergeant. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
TODAY anchors discuss Distractify.com’s look at wedding traditions that more couples are dismissing as “outdated,” including the garter and bouquet toss.
TODAY’s legal analyst Lisa Bloom weighs in on charges against Texas father David Barajas, who is accused of killing a drunk driver who hit and killed his sons. Bloom says that temporary insanity would be a “strong defense."
David Barajas stands accused of killing a drunk driver who hit and killed his two sons. The Texas father has pleaded not guilty. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
TODAY is celebrating Al Roker’s birthday with some of our favorite viral moments and memories, and we’re tweeting with the hashtag #RokeringAt60. Willie Geist reports from the Orange Room.
Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein talks with Erica Hill and Lester Holt about producing “The Giver” and the loss of Robin Williams.
When chef Ryan Hidinger was stricken with cancer, the Atlanta restaurant community reached out to help. Now his legacy lives on in the form of a restaurant whose profits will help other restaurant workers facing medical challenges.
The TODAY team is joined by Dan Akyroyd to wish Al Roker a happy 60th birthday, saying, “You are not only a great ‘Ghostbusters’ fan, you are my ‘Blues Brother’ from another mother.”
Park City, Utah chef Seth Adams joins TODAY to prepare easy-to-make crab cakes that are sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Reaction pours in after the execution of James Foley by ISIS militants. His parents released a statement as militants vow to kill another American if the U.S. doesn’t stop airstrikes. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
The Vice President joins TODAY to wish Al Roker a happy birthday, saying, “The reason why people like you so much is that they trust you,” and that if he “were running the administration, or the next one, I’d have you in it.”
The violence in Ferguson is spotlighting racial tensions there and elsewhere in America, raising questions about both local and national leaders have reacted to the developments.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sent special wishes to Al Roker on his big day, saying, “Everybody loves you. And I adore you.”
Upon completion, the penthouse at Monaco’s Odeon Tower will be five stories, have an incredible view of the Mediterranean, and feature an infinity pool.
Burglary suspects are still holding two children and two adults hostage in suburban Chicago, after four others were released from the home. NBC’s John Yang reports.
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