We inducted a tremendous group of Joy Fit Club members in 2015 who shed a combined 3,300 pounds!
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....
After a photo of Mark Gentle's son's scars went viral, the country music singer says his son realized he was not alone.
Tess Holliday opens up about her big year in modeling in a personal essay for TODAY.com.
It's been a big year for TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas, who welcomed her son, Miles, after a long journey involving fertility treatments.
In 2015, the country learned what being 'Leah Strong' was all about.
Amanda Bernier's viral post about breastfeeding with ALS touched thousands. Today, she's still fighting for time with her daughter.
Kaleena Pysher pens an essay about her life since placing her baby for adoption and her hopes for her daughter's future.
Sean O'Brien faced online body-shamers earlier this year, but his ordeal took him on a remarkable journey with support from people across the world.
A look at some of the creative ways couples shared the news: A baby is on its way!
Between #TheDress and Pizza Rat, 2015 has been quite a year for viral sensations.
It's been a big year for Madeline Stuart, the 19-year-old model with Down syndrome.
Now a mom of three, Desiree Fortin opens up about motherhood, and life since her surprise gender announcement video went viral.
Back in August, Isis Anchalee suddenly became the face — quite literally — representing female engineers working in Silicon Valley.
For the first time since his courageous act, Sgt. Jay Cook speaks out on the ordeal that thrust him into the national spotlight.
If things have seemed a whole lot cuter around Studio 1A this year, it may have to do with a certain new furry family member.
From wearing shorts to work to exposed collarbones, these were the biggest dress code controversies from 2015.
While Chris Hurst is coping with the loss of girlfriend Alison Parker, he still finds reasons to give thanks this season.
Andy Parker, father of one of the Virginia journalists gunned down on live TV in August, reflects on the family's next big challenge.