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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.
Americans spent an all-time high of $55.7 billion, almost the annual GDP of Uruguay, on their pets in 2013 and will creep close to spending $60 billion this year.
An over-the-counter dietary supplement is making brain-enhancing promises, but there’s no proof the “Study Buddy” pills — or any other supplement — will do anything for a students GPA.
Dottie Sandusky, Jerry Sandusky’s wife of 37 years, maintains her husband is innocent of child sex abuse charges.
video Jerry Sandusky's wife shares her side of the story in an exclusive interview with TODAY's Matt Lauer. Sandusky was joined by filmmaker John Ziegler in her State College, Penn. home.
video Social media is alight this morning with reactions to Matt Lauer’s interview with the wife of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky. Carson Daly reports from the Orange Room.
Are you prepared to help your parents with their finances as they age? Do you even know when you should offer to help?
video Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson discusses why some parents may benefit from a simple wait-and-see approach when their child is sick, and offer tips on how to treat a fever.
Check out which titles are being downloaded the most in your neck of the woods, according to digital library app Scribd.
Getting to college is almost a full time job these days. Between standardized tests, lengthy applications and the search for financial aid, many high school students devote many hours each week to the effort.
BrusselKale, a hybrid of Brussels sprouts and Russian Red kale, is starting to pop up in U.S. grocery stores and will roll out nationally in the fall. TODAY.com gets a sample and tries it out.
Liza Minnelli was the subject of Ellen DeGeneres only true Oscar-night barb, and now the actress, singer and all-round entertainer admits that barb stung.
A doctor who helped write guidelines discouraging media use by babies and toddlers says he’s had second thoughts about the iPad and other devices.