Meet the "drugalyzer," the new gadget designed to tell if you're driving under the influence of marijuana. But does it really work?
Are you one of many iPhone users beset by a glitch that produces the letter A followed by a bar code symbol when you try to type the letter I? It's TODAY national...
Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today it's only 3 or 4 minutes. Jeff Rossen shows why.
From jewelry to antiques, gift cards to memorabilia, your home may be a trove of hidden treasure that you're not even aware of.
Experts say more than half of all car seats are installed incorrectly — and that can mean the difference between life and death.
"If the calories are going to be there, they should be accurate," nutritionist Keri Glassman told Jeff Rossen.
Experts say that at hotels across the nation, a new push for increased security is on in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, including scanning both you and...
The old helmet test only measured the linear force experienced by the head, but the new test allows the head to move in all directions.
Repeated 911 outages in Cincinnati are being blamed on a private company that could also be running the 911 system where you live.
"Edibles" containing marijuana are spreading at an alarming rate. Now, police are issuing an urgent warning to parents.
This week, Jeff Rossen will be traveling across the country for to collect donations for hurricane victims.
Rossen Reports update: Want to know if your child's backpack is too heavy? Here's the formula you need to check.
Homeland Security provides a rare look inside the self-defense training flight attendants are getting in light of recent air rage incidents.
Take a peek at the potential future of flying: playrooms for kids, eating areas for adults, even beds, all for the price of a coach ticket.
TODAY investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen outlined steps to avoid being scammed while donating to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.
As Hurricane Harvey pummels the Texas coast, TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shows how to survive a flash flood if you are caught in...
TODAY investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shares what glasses are safe to wear to view the solar eclipse and the recent price spikes from hotels situated...
Homeowners and businesses alike are cashing in on next Monday's highly anticipated eclipse, hiking up prices on everything from flights to hotels to rental...
TODAY investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen lets you know what glasses are safe to wear to view the solar eclipse and warns against dangerous counterfeits....
Twelve people have died this year due to lightning strikes. National investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen shares tips on how to stay safe during a dangerous...
Dramatic video shows a woman's purse suddenly bursting into flames during a recent city council meeting in Nevada, and officials say a battery in the bag malfunctioned....
If you were caught in the middle of a robbery, would you know what to do? A survival expert shares tips to boost your chances of survival.
If there were a dangerous virus lurking inside your computer, would you know? Learn these simple tips to protect yourself from cyberattacks.
The Rossen Reports team tried out three popular weather apps that make predictions minute by minute: RainAware, Dark Sky and Fresh Air.
At a giant research center in Pueblo, Colorado, cutting-edge technology to prevent train crashes and save lives is under development.
If something suspicious happened right in front of you, how would you react? Rossen Reports stages a revealing hidden camera experiment.
Some police departments are harnessing new technology to catch "porch pirates" who brazenly steal packages right off victims' doorsteps.
Hitting the road this summer? First watch Jeff Rossen demonstrate how to deal with three of the most basic tasks a motorist can encounter.
What happens when a rogue aircraft violates presidential airspace? Jeff Rossen was given rare access to present a dramatic demonstration.
There are new water-safety warnings after reports of common water sports including wakeboarding, water skiing and even tubing resulting in severe injuries....
Police are warning about new products on the market designed to make your license plate invisible to cameras at red lights.
Now that summer is in full swing kids may want more screen time, but new guidelines recommend limiting time in front of those devices considerably.
The textalyzer could be a tool in the fight against distracted driving, but critics argue it's an invasion of privacy.
Following a large deck collapse in Montana, TODAY's Jeff Rossen offers tips on how to prevent your own deck from causing a dangerous situation.
In light of recent shark attacks, TODAY's Jeff Rossen demonstrates the basics of how to defend and protect yourself from a shark attack.
More than 20 million people have aviophobia: fear of flying. But there are simple (and surprising) tips that can help.
Jeff Rossen tries out three new products to keep you, your family and your valuables safe at the beach: Beach Vault, BuddyTag and Kingii.
All over the country, cases are popping up of crooks installing "skimmers" on ATMs and getting your debit and credit card information.
Police across the country are reporting a surge in teenage drinking parties, but how are teens getting alcohol? Hidden cameras show what happens when a 13-year-old...
New sightings of sharks have led to beach closures on both coasts. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen joins researchers racing to tag the...
Each year, up to 500 people are killed and over 5,000 are injured when vehicles crash into buildings. Now new technology aims to save lives.
In this web-exclusive video, TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen explains that Lyft will now display color LED lights called Amp to let you...