On Friday, Oct. 24, Marysville, Wash. Police said the circumstances of a high school shooting where two people, including the gunman, were killed, were still being investigated. Photo/Video: AP
It was love at first post for Bethanny and Cody, who met by following each other on Instagram. After documenting their first date and thousands more photos of their relationship on Instagram, the two are set to tie the knot. TODAY's Sheinelle Jones reports.
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says he is certain that this week's hatchet attack against a group of police officers was a terror attack. NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports.
Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling says that she will release a new story from the Harry Potter world this Halloween. The tale will illustrate the backstory of Hogwarts professor, and later headmistress, Dolores Umbridge. TODAY's Sheinelle Jones reports from the Orange Room.
TLC announced Friday that they were cancelling the popular reality show "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" in the wake of claims that the child's mother is dating a sex offender. The reality star denies the allegations. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports.
Locker-room bullying generated a lot of headlines in the NFL last year, but until recently, the subject has been largely off the public radar's at the high-school level. NBC's Ron Mott reports.
Launched 24 years ago by USA Today, "Make a Difference Day" encourages millions to give back to their communities, whether they're regular volunteers or trying to figure out a way to contribute. This year, NBC is joining the collaboration. TODAY's Erica Hill reports.
When his best friend was diagnosed with a glycogen storage disease, third-grader Dylan Siegel decided to do something to help those suffering from the rare disorder. NBC's Kate Snow reports.
The holidays have come early to West Jordan, Utah, where the community is celebrating both Halloween and Christmas for 4-year-old Ethan Van Leuven, who is losing his battle with a rare form of leukemia. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.
"They couldn't be closer than three brothers," says the grandfather of one of the victims after Friday's shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School. NBC's Joe Fryer reports.
Sixteen-year-old Alan Perez tells TODAY's Lester Holt about the panic and chaos that unfolded in the Marysville-Pilchuck High School cafeteria during Friday's shooting.
As officials instituted mandatory quarantines for health care workers exposed to Ebola in Africa, Dr. Craig Spencer, the Ebola patient in isolation at Bellvue Hospital in New York City, remains in stable condition. NBC's Ron Allen reports.
The doctor declared Ebola-free more than a month ago joins TODAY's Erica Hill to discuss the unfolding epidemic.
As news that Ebola has arrived in New York spread throughout the city, some residents and tourists reacted to the news with relative calm.
Election day in Brazil is a big deal, in part because voting is mandatory. Ahead of the presidential election, WSJ's Loretta Chao spoke about the voting laws with Sao Paulo residents.