This week, one reader struggles with devastating news from her fiancé , while another ready asks what she should do with her boyfriend who is continuously cheating. Relationship expert Dr. Gilda Garle cuts through the fluff with her love advice in TODAY.com's "30-second therapist" series.
J.K. Rowling provides a history of quidditch, the favorite broomstick-wielding sport of her fictional wizards and witches, in a new story posted Friday on Pottermore.
In "Redefining Girly," Melissa Atkins Wardy delves into the highly talked about debate of gender norms in America and the importance of letting children have a choice in what types of toys they desire to play with. Here's an excerpt.
video A Massachusetts mom broke down into tears of joy upon learning that her hard-working son had been accepted at Brown. Sending us your college acceptance videos with the hashtag #Acceptedtoday.
With the rainy season fast approaching, TODAY style editor and author Bobbie Thomas shares smart, stay-dry solutions.
Send us your videos and Willie Geist, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Tamron Hall may show them during TODAYs Take!
video The Facebook CEO called President Obama on Wednesday after a report surfaced that the NSA allegedly posed as a Facebook server and injected malicious software into targets’ computers.
If the idea of throwing back a few pints of mass-produced light lager with green food coloring doesn’t get your Irish eyes a’ smiling, try one of these craft beers.
One of the entertainment world's most recognizable voices is gone. That husky baritone heard in thousands of movie trailers or TV promo spots belonged to voice-over artist Hal Douglas, a superstar in his industry.
Take a look at some of the items luggage makers and travel gadget inventors are showing off this week.
Some wealthy and low-income married couples are losing out at tax time, but experts say eliminating the so-called marriage penalty completely is more complicated than you might think.