Instagram’s new app helps you make steady time lapses with the press of a button. It’s available free on iTunes. Dylan Dreyer reports from the Orange Room.
The $11 billion dollar sale of the Canadian fast food company Tim Hortons to Burger King has cooked up a controversy over the potential move of the burger chain’s corporate headquarters from America to Canada. NBC’s John Yang reports.
The first ever human trials of an Ebola vaccine will begin as early as next week, which has shown promise in animal studies. The clinical trial will test its safety in humans.
The Australian government has evacuated some communities after the volcano erupted last week. Some flight disruptions in the region have been reported.
Douglas McArthur McCain, a 33-year-old American who joined ISIS, was reportedly killed while fighting for the terrorist group Sunday in Syria. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports.
The actress sits down for a candid interview with TODAY’s Carson Daly, in which she reflects on her career, her trek through her self-described three stages of adolescence, and the pressure she faces about getting married and becoming a mother.
Both sides will make final arguments on Wednesday in the case of a dad accused of shooting to death the drunk driver who killed his two sons. The case then goes to a jury. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports.
Pasquale Buzzelli tells us about when he was rescued by firemen.
After hundreds of warehouse workers and drivers refused to deliver food to “Market Basket” stores in protest over the ouster of its popular CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, the former CEO will purchase a majority stake in the company.
Moving deeper into the health care business, Wal-Mart plans to open the clinics in a dozen rural stores by the end of the year.
Ryan Grepper, the cooler’s creator, joins TODAY to show off his gadget, which includes a blender, stereo and bottle opener. It’s the most-funded Kickstarter project in history.
The split between Harold and Sue Ann Hamm reportedly has more money at stake that any marriage ever before. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
Joel McHale serves up big news on "The Soup" from the big apple! We traveled to get the latest on Jay Z vs. Solange straight from Jay's hometown, Brooklyn. Meanwhile, Alec Baldwin found himself cuffed by cops for biking - and shared his opinion about it on Twitter. In other New York news, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are having trouble renting a house in South Hampton for "Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons." In difficult-to-watch news, we discuss Donald Sterling's sit-down with Anderson Cooper. In TV news, "Grey's Anatomy" makes us cry - and not for the reasons intended. All that plus your favorite reality clips of the week including "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding," "Flipping Out," Marriage Boot Camp" and Joel's favorite, "My Cat from Hell."
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