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The new U.S. plan to spend $6 billion fighting Ebola has a hidden agenda that aid workers approve of.
A photo series called "From the NICU to the Moon" imagines what premature babies dream about and might become someday.
According to TODAY’s own study as part of a special week-long sleep series, 72 percent of Americans value a great night sleep, but 46 percent say they’re not getting enough sleep. TODAY anchors Erica Hill, Lester Holt and Sheinelle Jones break down some tips to sleeping more.
Tuna is one of the most convenient protein sources that exists, so it can easily become a go-to lunch. But is it safe to eat it every day?
We crave more time in the bedroom, complaining that we don’t get enough. But it’s more sleep—not sex—we want.
Republicans may have promised to repeal or at least do a big makeover of Obamacare now that they control both House and the Senate, but they can't.
In an interview with Brian Williams, Jerry Seinfeld said he struggles with social engagement and believes he is on the autism spectrum.
A British mom’s court-backed decision to end her disabled child’s life is “political kryptonite” for American aid-in-dying activists, experts assert.
This mom decided to present her daughters with cookie cakes that spelled out the news that she was pregnant. Their reaction was priceless.
President Barack Obama is asking Congress for $6 billion to fight Ebola both in the United States and in West Africa.
The Ebola outbreak in Texas has ended, 21 days after anyone was in contact with an Ebola patient.
The Ebola outbreak in Texas is about to end, 21 days after anyone was in contact with an Ebola patient.
Researchers have created a robotic system that uses mixed-up sensory feedback to make people feel as if a ghostly presence is standing behind them.
Coffee shops are now selling their special holiday drinks, but some cups can contain as much as 700 calories. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.