To spend or not to spend? TODAY s digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong told TODAY s Erica Hill about some less expensive alternatives for this season s must-have tech items.
Christmas can be challenging for many military families, which is what motivated a group of people to try and brighten the holidays for the loved ones of those who serve. NBC s Janet Shamlian reports.
America is freezing, and ice storms are stranding travelers, knocking out power and creating deadly conditions. TODAY s Dylan Dreyer reports.
The scrunchie is making a comeback, but this time around it s considered high class. Top name fashion designers like Missoni are giving the iconic hair accessory a chic new style, for a premium price, of course.
The couple stops by the show, along with Mara Wilson, the star of Matilda, to talk about the movie s upcoming blu-ray release, 17 years after its debut.
Toy manufacturer Fisher-Price has introduced a Newborn-to-toddler app-tivity seat that allows parents to strap their babies right in front of a mounted iPad.
While holiday shopping might take up your busy schedule, in doesn t have to ruin your diet. Dietician Keri Glassman provides a few tips to help you stay on your diet track while you re out and about.
Check out these adorable baby photos in this week's Johnson's Baby of the Week
Sometimes man s best friend emits foul scents. But dog trainer Andrea Arden says that such steps as consistent grooming and cleaning under your dog s ear flap can make snuggling a lot more enjoyable.
Crowds have come to the South African hometown of Nelson Mandela to mourn and celebrate his life and legacy. NBC s Keir Simmons reports.
As Americans reflect on the legacy of the former South African president, NBC s Andrea Mitchell takes a look back on the struggles and controversy Mandela faced on the global stage, including his time as an enemy of the United States.
President Obama recently explained that he has to keep using his loyal Blackberry device because the security settings on the iPhone aren t strong enough for him. He also revealed that only 10 people know his personal e-mail address.