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Apr 17, 2019

Marine Veteran Who Crawled to Boston Marathon Finish: Running Saved My Life

Marine Veteran Who Crawled to Boston Marathon Finish: Running Saved My Life

As Marine veteran Micah Herndon dropped to his knees and began crawling in Monday's Boston Marathon, there was no way the pain in his legs was going to stop him from crossing the finish line.

Apr 16, 2019

Hoda Kotb Announces She Has Adopted Baby Daughter No. 2

Hoda Kotb Announces She Has Adopted Baby Daughter No. 2

The TODAY co-anchor made the heartwarming announcement on Tuesday that she adopted a baby girl named Hope Catherine, which means daughter Haley Joy, 2, has become a big sister.

Apr 9, 2019

Injured Auburn Gymnast Has New Goal Following Surgery: To Walk Down the Aisle at Her Wedding

Injured Auburn Gymnast Has New Goal Following Surgery: To Walk Down the Aisle at Her Wedding

The college gymnast who suffered a catastrophic injury to both legs during a competition last week is getting married in two months and has a new goal now that her athletic career is over, her coach said. "She

Apr 8, 2019

Brown Ballet Shoes Are Making Dancers of Color Feel Welcomed and Accepted

Brown Ballet Shoes Are Making Dancers of Color Feel Welcomed and Accepted

Before professional ballerina Ingrid Silva takes the stage, there's been one chore she's often had to perform that she hopes will soon be a thing of the past. Silva, a Brazilian-born ballerina with the...

Apr 5, 2019

Kathie Lee Gifford Says Tearful Goodbye to 'Today'

Kathie Lee Gifford Says Tearful Goodbye to 'Today'

We'll miss you, Kathie Lee! Kathie Lee Gifford said goodbye on Friday after 11 years on TODAY, complete with laughs, tears, hugs, champagne — and an amazing giveaway to everyone in the audience. A live...

Apr 1, 2019

Al Roker Travels to the Arctic for Firsthand Look at Climate Change

Al Roker Travels to the Arctic for Firsthand Look at Climate Change

What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic. And scientists studying global warming are trying to learn why, TODAY reports. That’s why Al Roker headed to Utqiagvik, Alaska, considered ground zero for...

Mar 15, 2019

Richard Engel Shares Son's Emotional Milestone

Richard Engel Shares Son's Emotional Milestone

I finally got a “Dada.” It was a long time coming, which made it all the sweeter — an unexpected reward. Our son Henry is 3 and a half years old and has special needs. His physical and mental development aren’t...

Mar 7, 2019

Jenna Bush Hager Launches Book Club, Announces First Pick

Jenna Bush Hager Launches Book Club, Announces First Pick

The daughter of a librarian and our resident bookworm, Jenna's a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the best new reads. Now, she wants to share her passion with TODAY fans.

Feb 21, 2019

Sully Meets Sully: Bush Service Dog Meets Hero Pilot

Sully Meets Sully: Bush Service Dog Meets Hero Pilot

Sully, meet Sully! A historic summit of Sullys took place on TODAY Thursday when George H.W. Bush's service dog, Sully, met the hero he was named after, pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, and even shook...

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MTA Conductor Stabbed in Broad Daylight; Suspect in Custody
MTA Conductor Stabbed in Broad Daylight; Suspect in Custody

A 33-year-old MTA conductor was stabbed following a dispute Sunday morning in the Bronx, police say.

89-Year-Old Struck, Killed In Staten Island Hit-Run: Police
89-Year-Old Struck, Killed In Staten Island Hit-Run: Police

An 89-year-old woman was struck and killed by an unidentified driver on Staten Island Saturday night as she was trying to cross the street, police say.

Judge Has ‘Pretty Significant Strain,’ Will Be Out Awhile
Judge Has ‘Pretty Significant Strain,’ Will Be Out Awhile

Aaron Judge has a "pretty significant strain" of his left oblique, according to Yankees manager Aaron Boone, and it will be several weeks before New York can even estimate when the slugger will return.

Trump's Legal Team Breathes a Sigh, Takes a Victory Lap
Trump's Legal Team Breathes a Sigh, Takes a Victory Lap

First they cooperated. Then they stonewalled. Their television interviews were scattershot and ridiculed, their client mercurial and unreliable. But President Donald Trump's legal team, through a combination of...

1 Dead, Child Spared in Violent Ax Attack; Suspect Arrested
1 Dead, Child Spared in Violent Ax Attack; Suspect Arrested

A young woman is dead, another is seriously injured and a toddler is in the hospital for observation after a violent domestic attack with an ax in Brooklyn early Saturday.

MTA Fare Hike Now in Effect
MTA Fare Hike Now in Effect

The fare hike for the MTA and commuter rails will go into effect Sunday.