The husband of the teacher killed in a mall bathroom in Abu Dhabi last week, Paul Ryan, has spoken out for the first time. She was, always positive and optimistic about life, he said, adding She was special. NBC s Keir Simmons reports.
NBC s royal expert Camilla Tominey joins TODAY s Erica Hill to discuss what you can expect from Prince William and Kate Middleton s visits to New York City and Washington D.C.
Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd joined TODAY s Lester Holt to discuss Obama s recent BET appearance to discuss the criminal justice system, and the role that the president could play in the system s reform.
New details have emerged about the failed attempt to rescue American photojournalist Luke Somers from his al Qaeda captors in Yemen. NBC White House correspondent Kristen Welker reports.
Luke Sommers, a 33-year-old freelance photographer who was abducted by Al Qaeda in September 2013, was killed on Friday by the terrorist group when U.S. special operations forces tried to rescue him. NBC s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel reports.
Hackers who call themselves Guardians of Peace, issued a new threat to Sony employees threatening employees and their families, according to Variety magazine.
The British National Institute for Health Care and Excellence issued new guidelines on Wednesday advising women with uncomplicated pregnancies to have their babies at home or in a midwife-supported birth center rather than a hospital. NBC s Kelly Cobiella reports.
Sgt. Fort Taylor s returned from Afghanistan only to get a big, and heartwarming, surprise from his wife. Luckily, she caught it all on tape, and the video has since gone viral. TODAY s Sheinelle Jones reports from the Orange Room.
Police say a 44-year-old man pulled a knife on his fellow passengers on an Amtrak train heading from Chicago to Port Huron, Michigan on Friday night, stabbing four people who are now all in serious condition. NBC s Jon Yang reports.
Protests are continuing in cities throughout the country after the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions, with protestors making it clear that their concerns go beyond the two cases into more systemic issues. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
A new study by Nationwide Children s Hospital shows a double-digit surge in the number of toy-related injuries among children in the last 22 years, with a 60 percent increase since the start of the study. NBC s Kristen Dahlgren reports.
Teen clothing store Abercrombie & Fitch s sales plunged 12 percent in the last quarter, and is hoping that a new strategy with less emphasis on the brand s once popular logo will help improve sales for the rest of the year. NBC s Hallie Jackson reports.
In TODAY s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss some of the nominees for the 57th Grammy Awards. Tamron Hall says she thinks Beyonce s Drunk in Love should have also been in the Record of the Year category.
The crew is safe Friday morning after a rough end to a race in the Indian Ocean. Their boat slammed into a coral reef, forcing them to abandon ship.
TODAY s lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe explains why ugly sweaters are now a big, lucrative business.
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