Shane Lory is rescuing food destined for dumpsters and giving it away to the hungry in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Lory s newly-founded organization, Colorado Springs Food Rescue, makes it their mission to combat both food waste and hunger.
As a lava flow slowly but inevitably advances toward their homes, many residents on the island of Hawaii watch helplessly. NBC s Hallie Jackson reports.
Eric Frein has managed to elude police in Pennsylvania s Pocono Mountains for 46 days. Now they re using a new device to step up the effort to find him. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
The company says a current recall will delay new model rollouts by up to six months. The recent recall involves cars with air bags that have been linked to four deaths.
The mystery deepens over the whereabouts of Colorado man Paul Kitterman, who vanished when the Broncos played the Chargers in Denver Thursday. NBC s Janet Shamlian reports.
Ten different brands of baby wipes, including Cuties and Simply Right, are being recalled due to possible contamination by a bacteria found in soil or water.
Apparently 9-month-old Ace is already a big football fan: Just watch how he reacts when his dad says the word touchdown! .
TODAY viewers send us pictures of their ingenious homemade Halloween treats.
A 14-year-old girl shot last week at a high school north of Seattle has died. The community held an emotional vigil as the investigation into the gunman s motive moves forward. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
Police say the video is persuasive evidence that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau s attack was driven by ideological and political motives.
A 5-year old boy in New York is being tested for Ebola-like symptoms. The New York City health commissioner confirmed that the boy has a low-grade fever after travel to a West African country with an Ebola outbreak. Meanwhile, nurse Kaci Hickox is set to be released from mandatory quarantine.
U.S. Marines and British combat troops officially ended their operations in Afghanistan on Sunday. The withdrawal is part of President Obama's order to reduce U.S. forces in Afghanistan to 9,800 troops by the end of the year and to remove nearly all combat forces by the end of 2015. NBC s Kristen Welker reports.
John Palmer s new memoir, which the NBC veteran wrote before his death in 2013, reveals how the journalist came to admire Egyptian president Anwar Sadat and how President Reagan almost made him late for his own wedding. Nancy Palmer joins TODAY s Erica Hill to discuss her late husband s memoir, and what her husband was like off camera.
They couldn t be closer than three brothers, says the grandfather of one of the victims after Friday s shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. NBC s Joe Fryer reports.
Sixteen-year-old Alan Perez tells TODAY s Lester Holt about the panic and chaos that unfolded in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School cafeteria during Friday s shooting.
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