China wraps up its fourth plenary session vowing to making the legal system more independent. The WSJ's Ramy Inocencio speaks with columnist Russell Leigh Moses about the highlights.
DNA analysis of a 45,000-year-old leg bone suggests that humans interbred with Neanderthals between 50,000 and 60,000 years ago. WSJ's Monika Auger reports. (Photo: Bence Viola/Max Planck Institute)
Health officials say a doctor who recently returned to New York City after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus. Package: AP
Al, Willie, Natalie and Tamron share what horror films get their hearts pumping.
Armed guards stood before Canada's Parliament Thursday and authorities released video showing gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau during the attack at Ottawa's War Memorial a day earlier.
As fall colors make their way into the D.C. area, we'll have a lot of sun — and a bit of wind — this weekend. Capital Weather Gang's Angela Fritz has your forecast.
The San Francisco Giants’ fruit and vegetable garden at AT Park includes plenty of kale, a favorite of power-hitting outfielder Hunter Pence. Photo: MLB/Getty Images
Archaeologists unearth the oldest and highest Ice Age settlement found yet. WSJ's Robert Lee Hotz discusses with Sara Murray. Photo: Kurt Rademaker
Residents of Fukushima’s Kawauchi village return home to rebuild their lives after the nuclear accident. What they find is a shell of their previous village, with young families opting keep their distance.
Schools are taking unprecedented steps to shield students from the Ebola virus, despite low risks of exposure. Janet Adamy reports on the News Hub. Photo: Getty
Ahhh! The time is finally here for TODAY's Halloween special. Check out the teasers for the 2014 Halloween costume reveal, guaranteed to be as funny (or sometimes frightening) as ever.
What’s News: Canada to introduce tougher terrorist laws. Will blood products from Ebola survivors help treat infected patients? Christian Bale cast as Steve Jobs in new movie. Joanne Po reports. Photo: AP
The hit country duo of Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney join TODAY to talk about their wild year in music, and reveal that they looked to Tamron for inspiration while styling their hair for the show.
Outside magazine's Michael Roberts joins TODAY to show some important items you need on hand to survive harsh weather, including headlamps and thermoses.
Zulily.com's Amy Goodman joins TODAY with ideas on how to put together cute costumes for adults including a wedding gown that resembles the one worn by Angelina Jolie for her marriage to Brad Pitt.