A British court awarded the singer’s one-and-a-half-year-old son a five-figure sum over photos taken of the toddler. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
Researchers say initiating an impromptu conversation with a stranger can actually improve the rest of your day.
The filmmaker has built a career on a down-to-earth image, but his divorce is painting a different picture. The Detroit News reports he and his ex-wife owned nine properties together. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Don’t let packing for your next big trip stress you out: The Travel Mom, Emily Kaufman, has some helpful tips to help you pack efficiently.
Several apps for smartphones promise to keep mosquitoes away. One of them emits a high-frequency sound; another mimics the sound of mosquito predators such as dragonflies.
The American volleyball star and Olympian talks with NBC’s Joe Fryer about balancing sports and raising a family. She also finds time to teach Joe a few volleyball moves.
Hairstylist Louis Licari and TODAY contributor Jill Martin give two women stylish new looks for the summer.
If you find yourself forgetting what you were talking about from time to time, BuzzFeed has created a viral list of phrases that you can use to get you through almost any conversation, such as “Do you feel like you’re making any real progress?”
An American doctor and his assistant, working in Liberia to save lives of patients stricken with an outbreak of Ebola, have been confirmed to have contracted the deadly virus themselves. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
A company called Lechal is partnering with Google to create sneakers and insoles that tell consumers how to get from place to place. Connected via Bluetooth, the insoles vibrate in your left or right shoe to show you which way to turn.
The magazine says that the latest Buick Regal is equal to luxury cars made by BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The car comes in at under $35,000.
One week after MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, conflict has started again in the region. In response, General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has warned Russia’s President Putin that he may have lit a fire he can’t control.
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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