Believe it or not, gas explosions are more common than you think.
The Rossen Reports team enlisted identical twins to test two makeup looks — one from drugstore brands and the other from designer brands.
Could you taste the difference between bottled water and tap water if you didn't know which was which? NBC national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen...
The Rossen Reports team checked out the three largest cities in the U.S. to see if they passed the 'germ test.'
In just seconds, thieves are able to sneak into cars and snatch purses and belongings as people pump gas unsuspectingly. Police say they are targeting potential...
Paul Worley of the North Carolina Department of Transportation offers TODAY's Jeff Rossen some useful reminders.
Too much screen time? In a hidden camera experiment, two moms try extreme measures to distract their 6-year old daughters from their iPads.
From big backpacks to sugary lunches to emergency contact information, Rossen Reports offers advice to keep your kids safe this school year.
Rossen Reports finds sizable differences between the results recorded by some of the most popular fitness-tracking apps and devices.
"Off peak" travel doesn't have to leave you bad off. Rossen Reports finds luxury for less at three off-season destinations.
Can people tell the difference between clothes bought at retail stores and those from an outlet? Rossen Reports set up an experiment to see.
Experts say vendors often charge more for weddings than any other event. On hidden camera, Jeff Rossen compares costs for the same services.
Jeff Rossen demonstrates three new home security products that alert you instantly wherever you are, and even help you scare intruders away.
Do you really need to spend a lot for your morning coffee, or is the cheap stuff just as good? Jeff Rossen set up a blind taste test to see.
Why do those games at carnivals and state fairs often seem impossible to win? Jeff Rossen reveals how three common games are often rigged.
Why is it sometimes so hard to grab a prize in a claw machine? Are they rigged? TODAY correspondent Jeff Rossen exposes the secrets.
Why were some people injured at a fire walk at a Tony Robbins event when others weren't? Live on TODAY, Jeff Rossen ventures onto hot coals.
Fourth of July weekend is the perfect time to enjoy fireworks, cooking on the grill, and swimming. But do it safely by following these tips.
After you've called 911, CPR can make all the difference in keeping someone alive until professional help arrives. With the help of a certified lifeguard, TODAY...
In a dramatic demonstration, Rossen Reports shows just how easily your car can be swept away by water, and how to survive in a flash flood.
Summer is traditionally travel time, but fees can drain the fun from your time in the sun. What if there were an easy way to cut some costs?
TSA lines are causing record delays at airports, but three free apps are designed to help you beat them. Rossen Reports tried each of them.
To learn what can happen when your plane leaves without you, Jeff Rossen booked flights on three major airlines and missed them on purpose.
If you're stranded out at sea, how do you survive long enough for help to arrive? And when it does, what is the experience like?
The CDC is out with new numbers reporting that bacteria counts are off the charts at public pools and water parks across the country.
Summer hasn't even started and already hot car cases are spiking. Jeff Rossen shows how hot a car can get, and how to safely rescue a child.
"Edibles" containing marijuana are spreading. Last year alone, poison control facilities reported 4,000 kids and teens exposed to marijuana.
Police body cameras are supposed to help resolve conflicting accounts, but Rossen Reports demonstrates three ways video can be deceiving.
How do Taco Bell's Quesalupa, Burger King's Angriest Whopper, McDonald's Big Mac and Subway's Meatball Marinara look compared to the TV ads?
The Fix It! Pro repair kit, the Mighty Jump Pocket, Bridgestone DriveGuard tires: Rossen Reports tests how well they really work.
The Gotham Steel pan, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone, the Air Curler styling tool: Rossen Reports tests how well they really work.
After being hit with a lawsuit for allegedly underfilling its hot lattes, Starbucks is now accused of adding too much ice to cold drinks.
With the help of an optometrist, Rossen Reports compares expensive designer sunglasses to ones costing much less. The results are revealing.
Police used information on a Fitbit in the case of a woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted. What could your fitness tracker reveal?
Are you being short-changed by coin-counting machines? To find out, the Rossen Reports team tried various ones... and got varying results.
A new lawsuit alleges Starbucks lattes are approximately 25 percent underfilled. Rossen Reports measures them in laboratory beakers.
Rossen Reports went undercover on identical vacations: one at an all-inclusive rate, the other pay-as-you-go. And there was a clear winner.
Rossen Reports purposely left iPads behind in various hotels and rental cars to see what would happen when they tried to recover them.
According to new government data, 58,485 bridges in the U.S. are structurally deficient. And analysts say it will take decades to fix them.
Rossen Reports' hidden cameras follow a retail expert as she demonstrates three ways to get big savings even at big, brand-name retailers.
A company selling a "skinny mirror" designed to make you look five to 10 pounds thinner boasts it will boost retail sales. But is it fair?
The Erin Andrews case has many people wondering how easy it would be for a stranger or predator to track them down in a hotel, and have a request easily fulfilled...