The legendary singer-songwriter performs a track off his new album, Beautiful Goodbye, live on TODAY.
Protesters in California continue voicing their concerns over undocumented immigrants arriving in the United States and overnight a plane full of more immigrants landed in San Diego. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.
Nearly half a million kids are injured each year from dog bites. To keep your kids safe, Kelly Voigt from the organization Prevent the Bite and veterinarian Karen Halligan offer advice about children approaching dogs.
The former TODAY co-anchor makes a return visit to the show to talk about “Stand Up to Cancer,” her fourth telecast promoting the fight against the disease, and also reveals details about her recent wedding.
TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie thanks everyone who came to her baby shower, including her fellow anchors, and says she and her husband don’t take all the love, advice and support for granted.
Dr. Leigh Vinocur and Dr. Sampson Davis join TODAY to chat about the latest health headlines, including a new report in the journal Pediatrics that says that childhood vaccines are generally safe.
Ford is recalling the vehicles in North America because of possible axle problems and leaky roofs. Ford says it will contact owners and fix the problems.
Tensions continue to rise after a new viral video purports to show Israeli police officers detaining and beating a Palestinian-American teen. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin reports.
NBC’s chief political director weighs in on the latest on the immigration crisis, including President Obama's trip to Texas to meet with Gov. Rick Perry and local leaders.
Are you over 50 and ready to get back into the game, or just want a career change? Tom Gimbel, president and CEO of LaSalle Network, reveals the jobs you should apply for and how to compete with the twentysomethings.
Roseanne Colletti from WNBC-TV and HollywoodLife.com’s Bonnie Fuller fill Kathie Lee and Hoda in on the details surrounding Jessica Simpson’s wedding and Taylor Swift throwing a party with some hot Hollywood stars.
Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about their Fourth of July weekends, during which Hoda met some drag queens at the beach while KLG spent some time in Nantucket. They also discuss the dirtiest items in hotel rooms.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Diagon Alley opened Tuesday at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida, and all muggles were welcome. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports with Butterbeer in hand.
Prosecutors say the father who allegedly left his son in a hot car talked to his family about the $27,000 insurance policy he had for the young boy. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
The ladies are back, and there are some fresh faces in the mix. Dina Manzo reveals why she returned to the show, and Amber Marchese shares how hard it was to have breast cancer at 31.
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