TODAYâs lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe talks with food psychologist Brian Wansink, whose book âSlim by Designâ reveals how much our environment affects food choices.
The actress joins TODAY to talk about starring opposite Jeremy Renner in the film, âKill the Messenger,â which tells the tragic, real-life story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Gary Webb.
The comedian joins TODAY to talk about her new Netflix comedy projects, including one called, âUganda Be Kidding Me Live,â which she says will be different from her previous routines.
A bus in Indianapolis carrying at least 50 people crashed when the driver apparently swerved to avoid a crash.
We bring you some fantastic photos of retro âdos sported by Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall. âYou look like Diana Ross,â Al says of Tamronâs teen look.
In response to Internet rumors that he was supposedly close to death, the legendary boxer posted a selfie on Twitter, saying, âDonât believe the hype. Feeling great.â
A Kentucky dad shot beautiful pictures of his boys when one was hospitalized after suffering seizures. He wanted to capture their childhood and inspire other parents to do the same.
The actor joins TODAY to talk about his film, “The Best of Me,” a romantic drama based on a novel by Nicholas Sparks, and he says that what he misses most about his wife, when they’re apart is “just sitting in the same room together.”
Although men are a small portion of those diagnosed with breast cancer every year, there are thousands fighting the disease - including Gerard Campion, who is three and a half years into his second battle.
Only a day after Hurricane Gonzalo caused mass destruction on Bermuda, residents have made a lot of headway on cleaning up the island. “Resilience here was amazing to see,” TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
TODAY contributor Jill Martin shows off a few creative ideas to get your kids into the Halloween spirit, including arts and crafts, DIY treats and fun with bubbles.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
Lesley Robins is the author of a “The Breakup Book” where she offers readers advice for overcoming a tough breakup and bouncing back from a broken heart, including changing your social media habits.
Kathie Lee and Hoda, along with Entertainment Weekly’s Meeta Agrawal, quiz viewers on their knowledge of famous TV talk show hosts.
A man with a hatchet is caught on camera swinging at four NYPD officers in broad daylight, wounding two of the officers. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
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