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Intermittent fasting helps control diabetes

By Maggie Fox

Dieters liked the two days on, five days off eating pattern better.

  • July 20th 2018 at 21:45

Giant plane that looks like a whale makes maiden flight

By Scott Stump

It's a whale of a plane!

  • July 20th 2018 at 17:02

How safe are duck boats? Deadly accident on Missouri lake renews concerns

By Scott Stump

A capsizing that killed at least 11 people during a thunderstorm on a Missouri lake is the latest deadly incident involving duck boats in the past 20 years.

  • July 20th 2018 at 13:40

Athletes mourn Olympic figure skater who died from knife attack during robbery

By Scott Stump

Figure skater Denis Ten, who won bronze in Sochi in 2014, died after being stabbed during a robbery in his native Kazakhstan.

  • July 19th 2018 at 17:43

Megyn Kelly questions Sean Spicer about press briefings, inauguration, more


Sean Spicer, whose book "The Briefing" was just published, joins Megyn Kelly to discuss his time as the White House press secretary. Megyn questions Spicer about his statements regarding the crowd size at the inauguration, and gets his thoughts on the "Saturday Night Live" parody based on his briefings.

  • July 19th 2018 at 16:34

Are parents taking the fun out of youth sports? Megyn Kelly TODAY panel discusses


One youth soccer referee in Oklahoma has come up with a creative way to fight back against parents who are too aggressive on the sidelines of their children's games. He started a Facebook group called "Offside," in which he posts videos of parents behaving badly in order to (hopefully!) shame them to behave better. Megyn Kelly is joined by MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff and TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager and Craig Melvin to discuss the impact unsportsmanlike parents are having on youth sports.

  • July 19th 2018 at 16:22

Are β€˜designer babies’ ethical? Megyn Kelly TODAY panel discusses new UK guidance


In the United Kingdom, a bioethics think tank has decided that it's "morally permissible" to edit the DNA of embryos. Megyn Kelly discusses the topic with MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff and TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager and Craig Melvin.

  • July 19th 2018 at 16:20

Over 140 Larry Nassar survivors accept award for courage at ESPY Awards

By Eun Kyung Kim

Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman and others who accused the former USA Gymnastics doctor of abuse were met with a prolonged standing ovation.

  • July 19th 2018 at 14:29

Legendary QB Jim Kelly vows to 'keep fighting until the end' in emotional ESPYs speech

By Scott Stump

The Buffalo Bills legend received the Jimmy V Award for perseverance for his fight with oral cancer.

  • July 19th 2018 at 14:19

Woman who left the Amish community opens up to Megyn Kelly

By Donna Freydkin

Emma Gingerich grew up in an Amish community in Ohio. As one of 13 siblings, Gingerich attended school only until age 14 and soon decided that she didn't want to be a part of the community. Gingerich, author of the book "Runaway Amish Girl," tells Megyn how she made her "great escape," and how she adapted to the outside world.

  • July 18th 2018 at 16:13

Savannah Guthrie joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to discuss the Thai cave rescue

By Donna Freydkin

NBC's Janis Mackey Frayer checks in on the Thai youth soccer team after the cave rescue that saved their lives. Savannah Guthrie joins Megyn Kelly to discuss topics of the day including a trapeze stunt gone wrong on "America's Got Talent," why husbands and wives start to look alike, the worst fashion trends and more.

  • July 18th 2018 at 16:11

Bode Miller's wife on daughter's death: I pray 'no other parent feels this pain'

By Eun Kyung Kim

For the first time since losing her toddler to drowning, Morgan Beck Miller speaks out to help prevent similar tragedies.

  • July 18th 2018 at 14:36

TODAY Summer Series: Watch our new digital original videos


Get these new releases while they're hot.

  • July 18th 2018 at 13:20

15-year-old has fatal allergic reaction to peanuts: Megyn Kelly roundtable

By Donna Freydkin

Alexi Stafford, a Florida teenager with a severe peanut allergy, died after she consumed a Chips Ahoy cookie with peanuts in it, mistaking the packaging for another one of the brand's products. Amy Holmes of PBS' "In Principle," NBC's Stephanie Gosk and New York Times reporter Megan Twohey joins Megyn Kelly to discuss the tragedy and how Alexi's mother is spreading awareness with hopes this mistake doesn't happen again.

  • July 17th 2018 at 15:32

Megyn Kelly roundtable talks about the sports-filled weekend, kids and more

By Donna Freydkin

Megyn Kelly takes a look back at Wimbledon, as well as the fashionable appearances from the Duchesses of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex. Megyn is joined by NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk, and TODAY's Jenna Bush Hager and Dylan Dreyer to discuss the sporting event, kids and more.

  • July 16th 2018 at 15:27

Baby face! Palace releases sweet bonus photo from Prince Louis' christening

By Eun Kyung Kim

The beaming young prince is held in the arms of his proud mother, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge.

  • July 16th 2018 at 13:24

See Prince Louis and family in new, adorable photos from his christening

By Marguerite Ward

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge look so happy with their little ones.

  • July 16th 2018 at 00:23

Highs and Lows: Build-A-Bear fiasco, Gordon Hayward’s gender reveal reaction


Sunday TODAY's Willie Geist and Dylan Dreyer run through the Highs and Lows of the week, including the overwhelming response to Build-A-Bear's "pay your age" day, and Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward's reaction when he found out his wife was pregnant with their third girl.

  • July 15th 2018 at 18:21

What’s next: Trump to meet with Putin


Willie Geist and Dylan Dreyer wrap up Sunday TODAY with a look at the week ahead, including President Donald Trump set to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki, Finland.

  • July 15th 2018 at 17:41

Online clothing service Stitch Fix is helping disrupt the shopping experience


Stitch Fix, an online clothing subscription retailer, is disrupting the way people shop for and buy their outfits by bringing the dressing room to the customer, digitally. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Jo Ling Kent sits down with the company's founder and CEO, Katrina Lake, to hear how she grew the company to be worth around $2 billion - and see where she's taking her business next.

  • July 15th 2018 at 15:37