Already cramped airline seating is about to get a little tighter as American Airlines, which is merging with U.S. Airways, announces it plans to add more seats to the economy section. NBC s Tom Costello reports.
Members of the 4th Stryker Brigade combat team celebrated an especially happy Father s Day by returning home after 7 months in Afghanistan. The return was especially sweet for Specialist Jesse Pennington, who got the chance to meet and hold his two-month-old daughter for the first time.
Leah Wyar from Cosmopolitan magazine explains how swimming, applying heat and using detangling product can actually cause hair damage. She shows off six products, from a 1-minute moisture treatment to a thermal protector, to keep hair healthy.
The TODAY anchors chat about some of the hot topics of the day, including the excitement, and occasional disappointment, of stumbling upon a childhood hero in real life.
Connecticut native Erin Brady beat out 51 other women for the title and the chance to represent the United States at the Miss Universe pageant.
For more than 40 years, Sesame Street has been helping kids tackle tough topics like death and divorce. With one in 28 kids having a parent behind bars, according to Pew research, the show will now be tackling the topic of understanding jail time. NBC s Erica Hill reports.
President Obama has landed in Belfast, Northern Ireland, for this year s G-8 summit, where he and most of the nation s western allies are expected to discuss propping up Syrian opposition in the country s civil war. NBC s Chuck Todd reports.
Just last year the Red Hook Lobster Pound food truck held 11th place on the list of the best food mobiles in America, but this year the truck has clawed its way to number one, beating out 449 other vehicles for the crown.
TODAY s Willard Scott sends birthday wishes to special TODAY viewers.
Pope Francis blessed thousands of Harley-Davidsons and their riders celebrating the manufacturer s 110th anniversary.
A group of students TODAY s Natalie Morales has been following since their first day of kindergarten has reached an important milestone: elementary school graduation. She takes a look back at the last six years of learning, laughter, and, sometimes, tears.
During the Miss USA pageant on Sunday, Miss Utah Marissa Powell struggled to gather her thoughts to answer a question on the issue of women continuing to earn less money than men.