Hurricane Fiona is barreling north after pounding Bermuda with heavy rains and winds and knocking out power. Meanwhile, a tropical depression is beginning to form in the Caribbean. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports for TODAY from Bermuda and Dylan Dreyer tracks the latest forecast.
Friday, September 23
‘I’m not going to die for Putin’: Russians react to draft orders
In the wake of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s order to draft hundreds of thousands of reservists to fight in Ukraine, human rights groups say roughly 1,200 protestors have been arrested so far and given draft cards while many others have made their way to airports and land borders in an attempt to flee Russia. NBC’s Richard Engel reports for TODAY.
Women defy Iran’s morality police after young woman’s death
Iranian women are leading the charge in the protests sparked by the death of Mansa Amini, a 22-year-old woman who was found dead after being arrested by the country's morality police for allegedly violating the Iran's strictly enforced Islamic dress code. NBC’s Ali Arouzi reports for TODAY from Tehran.
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The Bunny Museum breaks record for it’s one-of-a-kind collection
After Steve Lubanski gifted then-girlfriend Candace Frazee a plush bunny rabbit for Valetine’s Day, the couple began to amass a collection of rabbit items. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports on their one-of-a-kind museum in California recognized by Guiness Book of World Records for having the largest collection of rabbit-related items anywhere.