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Al gets bubble wrap and bacon for his birthdayPlay Video
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Woman Killed Ahead of Expected Trial Testimony
2. Get ready to get your read on! The TODAY Book Club launched today, giving book lovers a chance to share their literary insights with featured authors, TODAY anchors and fans. First up: “The Bone Season” by 21-year-old Samantha Shannon.
Meet TODAY Book Club's first author: She's 21Play Video
Country radio host Bobby Bones reveals how he got his name
'70s flashback: Author discusses communes
Laura Bush, Jenna Bush Hager share love for 'Our Great Big Backyard'
Jenna Bush Hager and mom Laura Bush share National Park memories
3. Despite a 20-year battle with multiple sclerosis and the recent loss of her husband, Pat Knisley continues to teach children to swim. She’s taught thousands of kids in New Bern, N.C., to stay above water – in the pool and in life.
Despite MS, swimming teacher inspires her kidsPlay Video
Life well lived: Jane Little
Life well lived: America's oldest WWII veteran Frank Levingston
Teacher learns lessons in love from son with rare disability
How immigrants in Hawaii fared after Pearl Harbor
4. Prince George is adorable. Duchess Kate and Prince William posed with the little royal bundle in the first photos released since he was born almost a month ago.
Inspired by his newborn awesomeness, we asked TODAY fans to send photos of their own princes and princesses. Turn up the AC, ‘cause you’re bound to melt.
Also, that fuchsia dress Kate’s wearing in the family portrait? You can’t have it. It sold out two hours after the photo debuted.
First photos of Prince George releasedPlay Video
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Inside the Obamas' post-White House home: A mansion with famous neighbors
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5. Could the worker you allow into your home be a felon? Jeff Rossen reports on a disturbing reality — that there are no federal laws requiring background checks for service workers — and speaks to a woman whose 4-year-old was menaced by a repairman in their home.
Rossen Reports: Felons enter homes as workersPlay Video
Edible marijuana that looks like candy sending kids to ER
How to avoid barbecue accidents: It's Rossen Reports live!
Which perfume has the pee? It's Rossen Reports live!
Police body cameras: Can you always believe what they show?
And that's TODAY's Takeaway!