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  • Watch Al Roker’s ‘supersized’ run around the TODAY plaza

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  • Generous act bonds 2 friends for life

    04:44
  • Heritage Youth Sports Foundation gets early holiday surprise

    04:12
  • She said yes! Watch couple get engaged on the TODAY plaza

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  • Watch these best friends reunite after 2 years apart

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  • Watch this couple surprise friends and family with new baby

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  • Watch Mickey Guyton surprise Jenna Bush Hager with a 40th birthday serenade

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  • How music helped a 9-year-old girl during her cancer battle

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  • CNN anchor Poppy Harlow talks about her first children’s book

    05:01
  • Dionne Warwick on social media stardom and new song ‘Nothing’s Impossible’

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  • Watch this mom’s surprise reunion with her son after 2 years apart

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  • TODAY family member enjoys her last Sunday show with a Sunday mug shot

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  • Camel scares 2 friends in viral video, and more Highs and Lows

    04:37
  • Deaf high school football team moves closer to first championship

    02:22
  • How one woman is helping feed students in her community

    05:04
  • Should you let kids go to sleepovers? Hoda and Jenna weigh in

    03:38
  • Dad is so shocked to reunite with his daughter that he has to kneel down

    00:48
  • TODAY celebrates 1st birthday babies: Nov. 16, 2021

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  • Military dad surprises his twin daughters during 2nd-grade story time

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  • How fly fishing is bringing together men living with cancer

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Watch the TODAY anchors take the Polar Plunge in Chicago for charity

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On Sunday in Chicago, Tamron Hall and Al Roker were joined by Lady Gaga, her finance Taylor Kinney, the actors of “Chicago Med,” “Chicago Fire,” and “Chicago P.D.,” and TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer in the 16th annual Polar Plunge, jumping into icy Lake Michigan to raise money for Special Olympics athletes. Over 5,800 brave souls joined them for a good cause.