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Secret Service Director Julia Pierson steps down

How not to protect the president
Hong Kong: Flashpoints Shaping the Protests

From the pepper-spraying of an elderly man to the arrest of a student leader, these are the flashpoints that have shaped the so-called Umbrella Revolution as it unfolds in Hong Kong. Photo: Kenneth Li
Ebola in the U.S.: How it can spread and how it can be stopped

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has reached the United States, as officials confirm one case in Dallas. Here's how U.S. health officials plan to stop the virus.
Derek Jeters sister: He deserves everything that comes to him

In a rare interview with TODAY, the baseball legend’s sister opens up on what’s next for her brother, his relationship with her son, Jalen, and why the family will need to keep Derek busy.
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson Resigns

Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned after coming under intense pressure following an embarrassing breach of security at the White House. Tim Hanrahan joins the News Hub. Photo: AP.
Ebola Case in U.S. Sends Jitters Through Airline Industry

As details emerge over the man infected with ebola in the U.S., the airline industry tried to gauge the possible impact on the demand for air travel. WSJ's Jon Ostrower reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Ebola: The Gear Worn To Prevent Infection

Bodily fluids present an infection risk to medical workers treating patients with Ebola. What gear do they wear? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
Joan Lunden: How I told my kids I have cancer

TODAY special correspondent Joan Lunden is battling breast cancer with a positive attitude and she tells Kathie Lee and Hoda about the important role her family is playing to help her beat the disease.
Would you say something to a loud eater?

For our new series, ‘Would You Wednesday,’ we asked if you’d say something to someone eating loudly and 62 percent of TODAY viewers wouldn’t be able to listen without speaking up.
Miles Teller on indie film ‘Whiplash’

The actor joins TODAY to talk about the independent drama, “Whiplash,” in which he stars as a young jazz drummer across from veteran actor J.K. Simmons.
Al Roker meets US military families serving together

Al Roker chats with some fathers and daughters, and mothers and sons serving together at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan. Al is there for the first annual TODAY USO comedy tour.
Mushroom bruschetta: Super simple suppers

“Simply Laura” host Laura Vitale joins TODAY to show us some quick and delicious recipes to whip up at home, including a mushroom bruschetta you can make in 30 minutes.
Caroline Manzo: I ‘don’t miss’ ‘Real Housewives’ show

The “Real Housewives” star has new show, “Manzo’D With Children,” where viewers will see the chaos that ensues when the entire family lives under one roof. The Manzo clan joins TODAY to preview the show, and discuss their time on the New Jersey edition of “Housewives.”
KLG, Hoda: We don’t understand Michael Phelps

Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps getting a second DUI and offer him the advice to call a cab if he’s out partying or stay in his home rather than endangering others.
How to wear sweatpants for date night, office, more

Style expert Jenn Falik shows Kathie Lee and Hoda how sweatpants aren’t just loungewear, but they can be worn to the office, or even on date night.
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