Fast food giant Yum! Brands believes its new feedbags will make it even easier for Americans to constantly be eating.
Intrepid reporter Don Abrams surveys what might be damage from a massive landslide in the Philippines, although it's hard to tell from his altitude.
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As the wreckage from today's tragic crash continues to smolder, one can't help but think of the accident that took the life of ...
Today Now! talks with a diet book author who reveals that many things are surprisingly edible when you are driven mad by hunger.
Panelists discuss the alarming trend of politicians who break their promises to the lobbyists who helped elect them.
The Blockbuster Video Living Museum offers tourists a glimpse of how Americans rented movies in the days before Netflix and iTunes.
Today Now! utilizes computer technology to show a mother how rampant drug use and prostitution has ravaged her little girl's body.
Two astronauts on the International Space Station display courage, honor, and squeaky voices as they struggle to patch a deadly helium leak.
The Miami Dolphins have drafted NHL star Alexander Ovechkin, making his dream to play professional sports a reality.
A survey by the Shuttleworth Research Center found that the majority of male roommates ages 18-24 got wasted off their asses the previous evening.
Rep. William Cummings (D-VA) defends his use of the slang word "pronk" as a legitimate catchphrase.
Fans are worried that the feature film adaptation of the beloved trailer won't live up to the original 90-second story's vision.
New security measures put in place to allay terror fears are threatening to drive suspicious package retailers out of business.
Media speculation is rampant over what exciting action sequences and romantic subplots the hikers may be experiencing if they are still alive.
The FDA is urging all Americans in possession of flaky, delicious pot pies to turn them in to FDA headquarters as soon as possible.
An Al Qaeda representative says that claims the U.S. government was behind the attacks on Sept. 11th are demeaning to Al Qaeda.
Tracy Gill talks with the author of a new book about the morning show diva we all love to hate: Tracy Gill.
Girls between the ages of 8 and 14 spent the day helping their parents fight insurgents and defuse mines.
Hospital officials hope to locate the good Samaritan that dropped off a sack of human organs in the middle of the night so they can ...