George the goldfish is back to swimming, but with a surgical scar on his head: he recently had a tumor removed. His owners didn’t flinch at the cost.
Hundreds of people in California are waking up, wondering if their homes survived new wildfires spreading across the state. NBC’s Hallie Jackson reports.
Police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down the gunman or gunmen who opened fire on two state troopers Friday, leaving one dead. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
Elizabeth Stringer Keefe kept a wedding photo safe that her friend found at Ground Zero. Keefe has been posting it online for years, and the owner finally turned up. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
Urban Outfitters has sparked an outcry for selling a Kent State sweatshirt with red splotches, reminiscent of blood. The Ohio school was the scene of a 1970 shooting in which four college students were killed during Vietnam war protests.
The Grammy winning singer joins TODAY to discuss her new single, “We Are Here,” and she talks about how being a mom has changed her music and her life.
Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss the website BeautifulPeople.com where applicants are accepted based on votes from its members. The ladies also take a look at creative Play-Doh sculptures for National Play-Doh Day.
J. Alexander, a.k.a. Miss J of “America’s Next Top Model” and podiatrist Hillary Brenner join TODAY for Tamron’s Tuesday Trend, to demonstrate how to walk in sky-high shoes, and to offer heel health tips.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss NFL player Adrian Peterson facing charges of injury to a child and reckless and criminal neglect. Tamron said Peterson’s excuse for using corporal punishment.
TODAY nutrition and diet editor Madelyn Fernstrom shows Kathie Lee and Hoda a few foods that people often consider to be healthier choices than they are, including vegetable pasta, yogurt raisins and turkey bacon.
Two suspects are in custody after the driver of a van wouldn’t stop when police tried to pull it over. The driver allegedly hit a dog, who is recovering in an animal hospital this morning.
The very first episode of America's favorite morning show.
The chef’testants attempt to create culinary delights that can be speared with a toothpick and served at a Congressional party for the quickfire challenge. For elimination, they must prepare a power lunch at the city's elite Palm restaurant.
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