Trekking the Annapurna Circuit is not nearly as grueling of an adventure as climbing Everest. But as last week’s death shows, it is certainly not without risks.
A Carnival Cruise ship returns to Galveston, Texas after a Dallas lab supervisor voluntarily quarantined herself on the ship because she handled a fluid sample from a Liberian man who later died from Ebola.
The WSJ's Wei Gu speaks with Damien O'Brien from Egon Zehnder, a global executive search firm, about the challenges Chinese firms face in attracting global talent.
About 200 short-finned pilot whales were spotted on Friday off the coast of Southern California. The whales, which were once common to the area, had virtually disappeared for the last 30 years. NBC's Joe Dryer reports.
Riot crews unloaded tear gas and arrested out-of-control party goers as a pumpkin festival near Keene State College in New Hampshire, after more than 30 people were injured when a the seasonal party got out of control. NBC's Ron Mott reports.
The Carnival Cruise ship Magic arrived in Galveston, Texas on Sunday, carrying one woman who was quarantined on the ship after handling samples from Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.
NBC's "Meet the Press" moderator is hitting the road on his "Meet the Voters" road trip throughout key states in the upcoming midterm election. Todd joins TODAY's Lester Holt to discuss the tour, and how Ebola might affect the elections.
Only a day after Hurricane Gonzalo caused mass destruction on Bermuda, residents have made a lot of headway on cleaning up the island. "Resilience here was amazing to see," TODAY's Dylan Dreyer reports.
Although Hurricane Ana passed south of the Hawaiian Islands, largely missing the chain of islands, it still brought heavy winds and rain. TODAY's Dylan Dreyer reports.
Asian carp are thriving in Midwestern waterways, eating native species out of their habitat. To control the population, authorities are zapping the fish with electricity, and hosting fishing derbies for local residents. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.
One Florida mom launched a Change.org petition to stop Toys 'R Us from selling a line of dolls based on the crystal-meth dealers of "Breaking Bad," adding that she liked the show and has no problem if the dolls are sold in adult stores. NBC's Joe Yang reports.
From Apple Pay, which launches on Monday, to a crock pot that syncs with your smartphone, TODAY's digital lifestyle correspondent Mario Armstrong shares his top three things in tech you need to know about.
There's a digital divide in the wedding world as brides and grooms must now decide how to handle camera phones and social media at their weddings. NBC's Joelle Garguilo reports.
From gothic wreaths to creepy window silhouettes, "This Old House" Magazine's staff editor Kathryn O'Shea Evans joins TODAY to share some of the easiest, spooky decorations you can DIY to prepare for trick-or-treaters.
Pro-democracy protesters clashed with police in Mong Kok, one of three protest sites in Hong Kong, overnight Saturday.