The nurse and two of his colleagues were among the last to leave the hospital. They didn't think they'd make it out alive.
Former Vice President Joe Biden adopted a German shepherd named Major from adoption center Delaware Humane Association.
Amanda Knox announced to the world that she is engaged to her boyfriend after sharing bizarre proposal video
Four infants were hospitalized with botulism after using pacifiers containing honey.
A British high school says it is "poverty-proofing" its campus by banning Canada Goose, Moncler, Pyrenex and other designer winter coats.
It's never been easier for thieves and scammers to steal your cash or ruin your credit. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports with more eye-opening information about how they do it and ways to protect yourself this holiday season.
Five years after he got the chance to live his superhero dream through the streets of San Francisco, Miles Scott, now 10, remains cancer-free.
Because everyone deserves the opportunity to work.
Robert Bailey, who won the biggest lottery jackpot in New York history, said he plans to keep playing the same numbers "until this train runs out."
School buses are big, heavy and tough to maneuver, especially in bad weather. But now, a new system for school buses that senses danger and takes control of the vehicle automatically is guiding buses out of danger. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen goes for a bus ride to show you how it works.
The widow and son of Ventura County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Ron Helus reflected on his bravery and legacy after his death in the mass shooting in Thousand Oaks.
"It's not real!"
Lady Gaga herself has been displaced by the fires.
The former first lady is starting to prepare for the next stage in her life.
The Prince of Wales was joined by royal family members for special birthday portraits.
Hemsworth shared a photo of his Malibu, California, home destroyed by the wildfires.
As the California wildfire neared, the worker decided to check on the elderly residents on his route.
A moving message and a sweet photo from the star marked the occasion.
"It’s our time to tell our own stories in our own words,” she says in a new Vanity Fair essay.
As California struggles with the devastation of two deadly wildfires, a 2017 photo has come to symbolize the tireless efforts of firefighters and first responders.