A rogue cop shot and killed at least three Americans at a children's hospital in the Afghan capital on Thursday, officials said.
“The Duchess, the Prince of Wales and all her family members are utterly devastated by this sudden and tragic loss,” Clarence House said in a statement confirming his death.
When you’re trying to sell the priciest building in a small, rural, but artsy community in a place called Frenchtown, N.J., it helps that you’re a writer capable of spinning a listing description that pithily points out all the high points of the property.
video A North Carolina girl was sent home from prom for wearing red skinny jeans. Natalie Morales, Al Roker and Tamron Hall discuss the incident during TODAYs Take. “A lot of girls don’t like to wear dresses,” says Natalie. Al jokes, “Guys, you’ve gotta wear pants.”
The Oscar winner with the perfect smile and the style to match beams from a cover that promises "her inspiring story.
video After a tremendous year for the actress, including winning an Oscar for her breakout role in “12 years a Slave,” and now being selected as People magazine’s Most Beautiful person, Lupita Nyong’o reflects on her rising fame in an exclusive interview with TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie.
Lupita Nyong'o was named People magazine's Most Beautiful person for 2014 on Wednesday, but if you followed the stunning and stylish actress through awards season or on Instagram over the past several months, the announcement was a foregone conclusion. We shined the "see for your selfie" spotlight on the "12 Years a Slave" star just before the Academy Awards on March 2.
Want to wring out your system as part of the annual spring cleaning? Skip the weird (and often dangerous) detox diets or cleanses.
TODAY loved joining viewers for “Love Your Selfie” week in February, and now we’re doing it again with the second installment of the special series.
Moms do it all, and sometimes we don't always express our appreciation. If only there was a special day set aside to show mom how much we love her...
Activist, author and artist Mary Fisher writes about why, in the aftermath of a devastating diagnosis, she dedicated her life to helping others.
video Psychologist Jennifer Hartstein and Jessica Lahey, a mother of two kids, give advice on how moms can add downtime to their schedules and establish guidelines for screen time. They also discuss how too much stress can lead to health problems later in life.