June 5: The Dave Matthews Band plays their hit song “Ants Marching” for a huge crowd of fans on Rockefeller Plaza.
Travel expert Claire Newell joins TODAY to chat about the new trend of solo travel, particularly among women. She offers smart tips for traveling alone.
The president was paying tribute to the singer at the Women of Soul concert on Thursday night when he messed up the spelling of her iconic tune.
It is usually the special job of the Plaza Fan of the Day to take the show to a commercial break, but on Sunday there were two fans in the Orange Room, and they had a special message for Lester.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scineces says it pulled a segment with Miles Scott, a leukemia survivor who became a sensation when he donned Batman's black-muscled armor, because of production issues.
Actress Jane Fonda joins Matt Lauer to chat about has a new book for teens on sex and identity, called, “Being a Teen.” She also chats about her own struggles growing up.
The Conservative Political Action Conference wraps up Saturday as Republicans fight to take over the Senate and win back the White House in 2015. It is expected that Sarah Palin will rally the conservative base in the final speech of the event.
TODAY’s Al Roker and Kathie Lee Gifford were on the red carpet for Hollywood’s biggest night on Sunday. Among the glamorous stars they encountered were Julia Roberts, wearing Givenchy, and “12 Years a Slave” Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, wearing Prada.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Washington today for a high-stakes meeting with President Obama in an effort to keep Middle East peace negotiations alive.
The secretary of state is in Ukraine this morning to confront the crisis there as Russian President Vladimir Putin publicly defended his country’s use of military force in the region. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.
Workers began pulling classic Corvettes out of a 40-foot sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky. Eight of the collectible cars were swallowed up last month.
Al Roker was shocked to learn his longtime coworker and TODAY anchor Savannah Guthrie didn’t understand his reference to the venerable “Niagara Falls” comedy routine (“Slowly I turned… step by step… inch by inch”).
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss a New Jersey teen who has moved out of the house and is suing her parents for financial support. “If you’ve left the home, you’re out,” says Roker.
Toy expert Laurie Schacht joins TODAY to showcase some interesting new craft projects for kids, including the Crayola Rainbow Paint Pour.
Kyle Severson of Minneapolis Police responded to an emergency call and helped a man suffering from a seizure, getting him help and parking his car instead of impounding it.
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