Do you ever find it difficult to decide whether you should have a doughnut or a croissant for breakfast? You can now have the best of both worlds thanks to the Cronut, developed by pastry chef Dominique Ansel.
In an exclusive first look Discovery Channel is sharing with TODAY.com, chipmunks get aggressive in the battle for food as they prepare for winter.
New machines popping up in malls across the country enable you to trade in a used cellphone for cash. Some law enforcement officials say the ATMs are making it easier than ever for criminals to profit off your stolen phone. NBC’s Jeff Rossen investigates.
The TODAY anchors engage in a little friendly competition as Savannah, Matt, and Tamron take on Willie, Natalie, and Al in a movie trivia quiz.
The amusement parks may be the main attraction in the Orlando area, but there’s fun to be had outside the park as well. Kerry Sanders shows what central Florida has to offer, from crystal clear springs to the Kennedy Space Center’s new exhibit.
TODAY’s Al Roker gets the lowdown on the new Transformers-themed mega attraction opening at Universal Orlando Resort on June 20 from the top Transformer himself: Optimus Prime.
The inspiration for modern amusement parks is said to have come from the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893; Americans have been flocking to parks ever since. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports on why theme parks have become an American tradition.
If you’re planning to spend some time high in the sky over the summer, Mandy Walker of Consumer Reports is here to help you know which airlines to book and which to avoid.
Fans of the sitcom “Friends” were treated to a mini-reunion on Wednesday when Jennifer Aniston co-hosted “Ellen” and turned to some familiar faces for hosting advice.
Studies show between one and four years into a relationship, a woman’s sexual interest begins to wane, but new drugs are being developed to adjust reduced desire. Savannah reports and relationship experts Ian Kerner and Logan Levkoff discuss the pills.
Brooklyn-born “Sopranos” actor Steve Schirripa takes a trip outside the city to get an initiation into wilderness living, learning to fly-fish and taking a ride on a mule.
On any given day, tens of thousands of people will visit Universal Orlando’s two theme parks, but few get to see the magic and mystery that make them come to life every day. The TODAY anchors get a unique look behind the scenes of the parks.
Police in West Valley City, Utah, released evidence this week collected during the investigation of Susan Powell’s disappearance in 2009, including a video in which she said, “If I die, it may not be an accident.”
Korean pop sensation PSY was spotted in Cannes, France attending parties, hanging out on the red carpet and generally getting A-list treatment. Actually it was an imposter, but the prank was planned by PSY and his talent manager.
TODAY contributor Jill Martin shares deep discounts on summery products like sunglasses, sarongs, and bladeless fans.