On Today Now!, author Christine Eckard teaches Jim and Tracy to imagine economic problems as oily, curly-haired "Grabblers."
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Jim and Tracy learn that in nations like Sierra Leone children as young as 12 are forced to smile, wave, and shake hands until they ...
Taco Bell boasts zero environmental impact with their new menu which will rely solely on synthetic, lab-produced ingredients.
After gym doctors confirmed the injuries were career-ending, Johnson's trainers said there was no reason to keep her alive.
Designed with the frustrated, sleep-deprived parent in mind, the BabySafe Ball can withstand shaking, stabbing, and claims you wish it'd never been born.
Appointed by Bush in 2003 to distract from the horrors of war, Liberty's antics turned fatal yesterday when he cart-wheeled into a roadside bomb.
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After her best friend was killed by flying debris, Today Now host Tracy Gill dedicated her life to protecting other people from wind-borne rubble.
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Author Jerry Bloom visits Today Now to explain how you can make your kitchen floor shine without falling and paralyzing yourself for life.
Teachers may have overlooked a number of red flags, including Bobby Knowles' turbulent home life, violent writing, and previous school shootings.
Today Now! welcomes adventurer and balloonist Trent Montaug, who is determined to steer the conversation to the horrors of horse abuse.
NASA instructors offer a firsthand look at the training astronauts endure before they can withstand an appearance on Larry King Live.
Two prospective Eagle Scouts explain how they are preventing breast cancer by helping women examine their breasts.
Disney claims its latest batch of child stars is so lifelike, you’ll barely be able to tell they have no souls.
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Cosmo scientists have finally cataloged every single way to satisfy your man's carnal cravings by stimulating his secret sex zones.
Today Now! shares a delicious omelet recipe you can make at home with just a few simple and surreal ingredients.