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Tony Schmucker, driving his pregnant wife Jill to the hospital, crashed the family car and died before seeing his third child's birth. KUSA'
On Saturday, Cher and water company Icelandic Glacial announced that they were partnering to send 180,000+ bottles of water to Flint.
It's a contest between the dreamers (Sanders and his supporters) and the doers (Clinton and her supporters).
A gunman opened fire at a Philadelphia homeless shelter Sunday morning, killing one employee and wounding another.
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are in a virtual dead heat as they get ready to rumble in the last debate before the Iowa Caucus. For TODAY, NBC's Kristen Welker reports.
A U.S. official who once met with "El Chapo" says the kingpin is "always trying to cut another deal."
Artists from around the world have created a stunning festival of light on London's streets, lifting the mid-winter spirits of tourists and locals.
A 43-year-old man wearing traditional Muslim garb was attacked in the Bronx by a small group of people who yelled "ISIS, ISIS" as they beat him.
No kids talking from beyond the grave. No lost puppies cowering in the rain. Super Bowl advertisers are going to play it safe this year, experts say.
Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar, has seen the number of threats and attacks rise in recent months as the presence of ISIS has grown in the region.
President Hassan Rouhani said the deal was a "golden page" in Iranian history which has "opened new windows for engagement with the world."
A San Marcos SWAT standoff unfolded Saturday after a man shot and killed his mom's pet turtle and began threatening her.
Vietnam's "Putin" is strengthening ties with the United States, the communist country's former arch-enemy.
Fred Armisen made a brief appearance on this week's "SNL" to pay tribute to David Bowie's visionary performances on the show.
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian grabbed headlines Saturday when he was released. Here's a look at the other prisoners freed.