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01:39 — Big 7 Travel has released its latest ranking of the friendliest states in America. Watch as fourth hour guest co-hosts Willie Geist and Natalie Morale (more…)
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00:57 — With kids across the country heading back to school over the next couple weeks, Reese Witherspoon took to Instagram to share a throwback school photo (more…)
TODAY's Headlines: August 21, 2019
01:20 — President Trump abruptly called off an upcoming state visit to Denmark after the country’s prime minister brushed off his request to buy Greenland, a (more…)
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01:40 — The risk of severe weather is moving into the Northeast on Wednesday with nearly 50 million people set to face heavy rain, hail and possible tornadoes (more…)
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02:29 — Ready or not, signs of the fall season are slowly nudging summer off the calendar. While Starbucks announced its famed Pumpkin Spice Latte is returnin (more…)
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03:36 — Target is upping its grocery game, announcing a new food and beverage brand that’s set to debut next month. What does this mean for consumers? NBC’s S (more…)
‘Power’ star Omari Hardwick wrote a poem for Sheinelle and Willie
04:42 — Omari Hardwick stops by TODAY to talk to Willie Geist and Sheinelle Jones about the sixth and final season of his hit Starz show, “Power.” He also tap (more…)
Demi Lovato celebrates birthday with Ariana Grande-led group cheer
00:31 — Demi Lovato rang in her 27th birthday by attending Ariana Grande’s concert in London, where Grande and her touring team wished Demi a happy birthday i (more…)
Bus safety crash test: See new efforts made to protect kids
04:24 — More than 25 million students ride the bus to school each day, but since most are without seatbelts, how safe is your child’s ride? NBC’s Vicky Nguyen (more…)
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Runaway bus barrels into fence, narrowly missing large crowd
00:29 — During a school bus race a speedway in Indiana, one rogue bus stopped just short of an area with crowded stands. The man driving the vehicle says the (more…)
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03:25 — Dr. Sue Varma says a toxic friendship can be “emotionally draining.” She cautions people to look for the signs and why you need to be clear that it’s (more…)
Lindsey Vonn discusses her camp for young girls
04:09 — Olympic skiing legend Lindsey Vonn is keeping busy after retirement with her camp for the Lindsey Vonn Foundation that empowers young girls. “I want t (more…)
Watch dog’s cute reaction to getting a break from work
00:26 — This canine coworker let loose on break from work. After being let off of his leash, the dog dances around in excitement. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer has the (more…)
Man who left 74-cent tip blasted for being a ‘jerk’
02:31 — A New Jersey man has been called out for leaving a 74-cent tip. Dylan Dreyer, Craig Melvin and Sheinelle Jones talk tipping etiquette, and whether it' (more…)
Middle Eastern-inspired recipes: Make chicken shawarma and feta dip
05:09 — Ayesha Nurdjaja, executive chef at New York restaurant Shuka, joins TODAY to teach us how to bring the fresh flavors of Mediterranean cooking into you (more…)
TODAY's Headlines: August 19, 2019
01:09 — More than 60 million Americans from Texas to New England are set to begin the week facing a dangerous heat wave. It comes after weekend storms caused (more…)
Exclusive: Lester Holt speaks with Iranian foreign minister
02:06 — In an NBC News exclusive, Lester Holt interviews Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif about the risk of war with the U.S. NBC’s Lester Holt r (more…)
President Trump slams Rep. Rashida Tlaib for rejecting Israel’s conditional invite
04:21 — President Donald Trump slammed Rep. Rashida Tlaib for turning down Israel’s offer for a conditional visit, calling it “a complete setup.” NBC’s Mike V (more…)
Person caught on doorbell cams wearing a TV, and more Highs and Lows
04:35 — Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist and Harry Smith run through the Highs and Lows of the week, including the thousands of people who lined up to pay their re (more…)
Will congressional Republicans support gun safety legislation?
03:11 — Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist to discuss the debate of gun control and how the economy could impact President (more…)
Democratic presidential candidates push gun reform as Trump focuses on mental health
01:34 — As gun safety rallies take place this weekend, 2020 Democratic presidential candidates are pushing their proposals as president Donald Trump focuses o (more…)
Travelers delayed amid nationwide computer outage at airports
01:07 — A nationwide outage of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection computer system left travelers frustrated at airports. NBC’s Blayne Alexander reports fo (more…)
Aggressive seagulls scared away by birds of prey
01:33 — Hungry seagulls were swarming beachgoers in Ocean City, New Jersey, until predator birds were brought in to scare them away. NBC10’s Ted Greenberg rep (more…)

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