TODAY's own tennis superfan had quite the eventful weekend!
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen is showing car shoppers how to identify flood-damaged cars and how to spot the telltale signs of hidden damage.
The former vice president said FBI needs to investigate Christine Blasey Ford's claim against Brett Kavanaugh
The USDA said Wednesday the beef was produced and packaged at Cargill Meat Solutions in Fort Morgan in June and shipped to retailers all over the country.
The former Meghan Markle was joined by her mother, Doria Ragland, and Prince Harry at the official launch of her charity cookbook project at Kensington Palace.
Aija Mayrock, author of "The Survival Guide to Bullying," doesn't believe bullying will ever end — but we can all help lessen the problem.
The 11-year-old heart transplant recipient talks about her recovery, and that viral moment when she met her favorite singer.
Felicia Sanders, who was one of the three survivors of the 2015 shooting at Emanuel AME Church, remembers her son and looks to the future.
The impending release of Smart's kidnapper Wanda Barzee prompted Dugard, held captive for 18 years, to stand in support of Smart.
A pair of siblings surprised their father by buying back his 1993 Ford Mustang GT nearly 20 years after he sold it to pay for their mother's cancer treatments.
What do you do if you smell gas or hear a suspicious hiss inside your home? TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports on the very serious do’s and don’ts to keep your family safe, including when to leave your house and what appliance
In a dramatic video, a good Samaritan saved a pack of frightened dogs locked outside in North Carolina.
The cookbook idea emerged after the duchess began making private visits to the Grenfell Tower communal kitchen in January.
Actor Sean Penn gave his thoughts on the #MeToo movement, saying it's "too black and white."
At a California prison, inmates are learning how to do gel manicures, facials, perms and more.
The approach may help inform people with rare and little-understood BRCA mutations, the researchers said.
Smart says the woman who kidnapped her as a 14-year-old remains a threat to the community: "I know the depths of her depravity."
Researchers have found that teens raised in a religious or spiritual environment may be less likely to do drugs and engage in risky sexual behaviors.
The sweatshirt read, "Being fat is not beautiful, it's an excuse."
Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb teamed up with Cheerios to honor Special Olympics volunteer Stephanie Dangler for her work giving back to her community.