Anthony Messenger, a summer intern with the Capital Gazette in Maryland, pays tribute to the five employees who were killed in the June mass shooting at the...
"To All the Boys I've Loved Before" author Jenny Han explains why the Netflix movie was so historic — and shares a memorable Lara Jean moment.
Arie Luyendyk Jr. is looking back on his "incredible and life-changing year" with fiancée Lauren Burnham — and all the excitement that's to come in 2019.
Cindy McCain reflects on the loss of her husband, Sen. John McCain, her life without him, and the work that remains to be done fighting for the causes they...
The Most Rev. Michael Curry shares his best relationship advice and reveals what he considers the highlight of his year. (We have a guess.)
As part of our Voices series, actor Geoffrey Owens reflects on being "job-shamed" for working at Trader Joe's and reveals what's ahead for 2019.
Juliet Huddy, who accused Bill O'Reilly of sexual harassment and signed a nondisclosure agreement with Fox, is proud to be speaking out. But her role in the...
A young married couple is dealing with a rare disease that forces her to live in isolation from him and other people.
"My son would want me to smile more often and help those in need, to not be so sad but to enjoy the memories of the good times we had."
Hoda reflects on her first year of motherhood, and what she and her daughter, Haley Joy, have in store for 2018.
Lilly Biagini, a double amputee, lost her prosthetics in wildfires that burned her Santa Rosa home two months ago.
"Choosing love over hate is a daily decision for me," Susan Bro writes in an essay for TODAY. "My focus is on being positive and helping others — the things...
Mike Cronk, a survivor of the Las Vegas massacre who plugged a friend's bullet wounds and helped other flag an ambulance, reflects on the tragedy for TODAY's...
"The Biggest Loser" trainer reflects on the near-fatal heart attack he suffered in February and how it inspired him to help others and not sweat the small stuff....
Heather Melton reflects on the loss of her husband, who shielded her body from gunfire during the mass shooting at a Las Vegas music festival in October.
Dr. Rana Awdish learned a painful lesson when she had her own emergency: Doctors can indeed save a life, but can also leave patients emotionally battered.
Organ donation saved Amy Silverstein's life. Her friends provided something medicine alone could not.
The first question that gets asked is, "Did you smoke?" says Erica Castaneda, a young mom of eight children who has terminal lung cancer.
Supermodel Ashley Graham explains how she looks past the critical comments and stays positive.
Quinn Hoover's baby teeth began falling out when he was a toddler and his parents noticed other strange symptoms. One disorder was to blame.
Nicola Thorp, who was fired for refusing to wear high heels, got action from the government after starting a petition.
People with this rare syndrome are very outgoing, friendly and take an extreme interest in others, but there's also a health price to pay.
Natalia Castellar-Calvani career was launched thanks to her bold eyebrows, but she didn't always have a healthy relationship with them.
Assaulted by a schoolmate at the prestigious prep school St. Paul's, Chessy Prout discusses life since revealing her identity on TODAY.
Kim Copeland, the Texas woman who lost her husband and son in the Nice, France, terror attack, speaks about what life has been like since returning home. ...
"American Idol" alum Jordin Sparks reflects on the advice she would tell her younger self and how confidence is her greatest accessory.
One woman's powerful response to an online commenter has sparked a movement to encourage women across the world to love their bodies.
Rosie Mercado, who once weighed more than 400 pounds, tells TODAY how she learned to love her body and why she decided to lose 200 pounds.
Chrissy Metz of "This is Us" spoke with TODAY about why "it's impossible to accept love from anyone else if you don't love yourself."
"I love (my voice) because I feel like I have the power to use it for other people that aren't able to use their own."
"Orange is the New Black" star Matt McGorry is a former bodybuilder who has faced his own body image issues.
"The truth is, it's none of my business what you do with your body and it shouldn't be anyone else's. Women's choices are important."
TODAY's Tamron Hall shares: "I remember reading the cruelest, most awful thing about my hair online."
Lauren Alaina, whom we fell in love with on "American Idol," battled an eating disorder as a teen but has learned to love her body.
Zach Miko is bringing hope to 'big and tall' guys everywhere, and he's proud to be a role model for body positivity and diversity.
When it comes to body positivity, Alyssa Milano is "the boss" — and she has a refreshing message for new moms struggling to lose the baby weight in a hurry....
As an author, designer and entrepreneur, Kristin Cavallari has come a long way since "Laguna Beach" — but her life truly changed when she became a mom.
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Dan Price made headlines back in April when his company raised its minimum salary to $70,000. He reflects on the experiment for TODAY.com.
This year the football world lost a legend, the sports broadcasting world lost an icon, and the TODAY family lost a beloved member.
After being diagnosed with cancer while pregnant, Jessica Herbert and her husband, Eric, set out to make memories with their daughters.
Vicki Gardner, the lone survivor of a shooting that killed two Virginia journalists, reflects on how she and her community have united in the face of tragedy....