Here's a look back at the most popular stories on TODAY this past week. What did you miss?
One mother's gritty, vulnerable selfie, including her still protruding belly. dramatized the powerful emotions many moms feel just after childbirth.
The video is barely half a minute long, but may be an unforgettable lesson for parents about how dangerous whooping cough can be. (Warning: This video contains content that may be upsetting.)
Rylie, a healthy and athletic teen from Greenville, developed toxic shock syndrome from overgrowth of the staph A bacteria — perhaps from the tampons she was using at the time.
A Target cashier's simple act of kindness has shown that, sometimes, just slowing down and showing patience can make all the difference.
Fixing that wrinkly mess on the floor of your closet is easier than you think — and it doesn't involve buying brand-new hangers or ironing your pants multiple times.
In just four days since announcing their Powerball win on TODAY, John and Lisa Robinson felt its life-changing effects.
No, it's not some modern sorcery — just a fun math trick that can arrive at your age and your shoe size in six simple steps.
The TODAY anchor recently opened the door to her guest room, where she's thrown everything from baby Vale's clothes to a pair of ice skates over the years.
It's impossible to re-watch that memorable Miss Universe moment — the one in which Steve Harvey calls for a halt in the celebration to explain that the crowned winner didn't really win at all — and not feel sorry for everyone involved.
Channing Tatum posted not one, but two photos of his "magical" wife — just because.
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