June 5: The Dave Matthews Band plays their hit song “Ants Marching” for a huge crowd of fans on Rockefeller Plaza.
A 10-year-old boy was rescued when he was left dangling from a chairlift at a ski area in Michigan. A chairlift manager and co-worker scaled the chairlift tower to pull the boy to safety.
A huge winter storm is expected to blast the Midwest before heading east. Three to four inches of snow are expected. It’s already snowing in Chicago, where airports are experiencing delays. NBC’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
Matthew McConaughey reveals it was Jim Morrison, the late singer of The Doors, who provided the inspiration for his catchphrase.
Former investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board Greg Feith joins TODAY to discuss the latest developments in the Flight 370 case, saying it seems the plane didn’t have a mechanical problem.
Dick Thomas, 63, had a defective cochlear implant that he says has strained his relationship with his wife and forced him to retire . NBC's Lisa Myers reports.
The successful radio, talk and game show host joins TODAY to chat about the second season of his hit "Steve Harvey" TV show, and emceeing “Family Feud.” Matt Lauer gives him a pop quiz about some relationship issues.
The Mega Millions jackpot has ballooned to $400 million, with odds to win at about one in 259 million. There are better odds of Lester going to the emergency room because of a pogo stick injury, said TODAY s Jenna Wolfe.
Ressurrection Graves met her husband Deven at a homeless shelter when they were both going through hard times. Now back on their feet, the couple devotes themselves to helping those who need shelter, food and resources. TODAY s Janet Shamlian reports, with an interview by Lester Holt.
The date of March 15 was just another day on the Roman calendar until 44 B.C. when Julius Caesar was assassinated. Now, the date lives in infamy (and trends on Twitter). TODAY s Dylan Dreyer reports.
As part of the 30 Days to a Better You series, nutritionist and TODAY contributor Joy Bauer broke down the common mistakes people make when they re trying to eat healthy on the run. Those quick snacks, like wraps and salads, may seem like great choices but that s not always the case.
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. Congressman Aaron Schock of Illinois serves as the guest quickfire judge, and Oprah Winfrey?s former personal chef Art Smith is the guest judge for the elimination. D.C. power players Senator Mark Warner of Virginia, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough and Mika Brezinski and NBC White House Correspondent Savannah Guthrie lend their taste buds in this episode.
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