Inspirational teen Malala Yousafzai has become the youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner. Her fight for womenâs right to education has made her a global icon. NBCâs Keir Simmons reports.
The comedian joins TODAY to talk about her new Netflix comedy projects, including one called, âUganda Be Kidding Me Live,â which she says will be different from her previous routines.
âThe Boxtrollsâ is a new stop-motion animated film about a young orphan boy raised by cave-dwelling trash collectors. But the filmâs stop-motion animation is an involved process that took 18 months to shoot. TODAYâs Sheinelle Jones reports.
Thousands of protesters are expected to turn out in Ferguson, Missouri, for a âWeekend of Resistanceâ to demand justice for Michael Brown, just after another black teenager, Vonderrit Myers, was shot and killed by an off duty police officer.
NBC chief political director Chuck Todd joins TODAY to talk about an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll that reveals that President Obamaâs job approval rating is only at 42 percent, but that votersâ view of Congress is even dimmer.
More than 2,700 people have called poison control this year to report exposure to the chemical, and more than half of those cases involved children under age 6.
A chef at Londonâs Honky Tonk restaurant has created a hamburger that costs more than $1,700. Itâs made with Kobe beef and venison and is topped with lobster, caviar, and edible gold leaf.
Entertainment Weeklyâs Tim Stack chats with Kathie Lee and Hoda about troubled actress Amanda Bynes getting medical help for her bizarre behavior, the âSNLâ tribute to former cast member Jan Hooks and âGone Girlâ having another successful weekend.
Ed and Paula Kassig, the parents of a U.S. aid worker held by ISIS, make an emotional plea for their sonâs return. NBCâs national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Marion and Anthony Scotto of New York restaurant Fresco by Scotto join TODAY to show us some delicious appetizers that you can whip up at home.
In her capacity as an international lawyer, George Clooneyâs new bride headed to Greece to tackle a controversial case between Greece and Britain that goes back centuries. NBCâs Keir Simmons reports.
Police say a man stabbed two passengers Tuesday before he was shot and killed by a state trooper. The bus was on its way from New York City to a Connecticut casino.
A daredevil leapt from off a tower in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and landed in the rooftop pool of a 34-story building.
A mountain range popular with hikers has been buried under blizzards and avalanches. At least 25 have been killed, and officials fear the toll will go up.
A student from Nigeria shared a shocking rejection letter he got from Navarro College, saying, “Navarro College is not accepting international students from countries with confirmed Ebola cases.”
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