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Dr. Fauci describes death threats and opening ‘disturbing’ letter filled with powder

Dr. Fauci describes death threats and opening ‘disturbing’ letter filled with powder

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Meet the 8-year-old who opened a food pantry and was featured in Biden's inauguration

Meet the 8-year-old who opened a food pantry and was featured in Biden's inauguration

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Texas school district opens free grocery store to help disadvantaged students

Texas school district opens free grocery store to help disadvantaged students

SectionsShow Follow today More from NBC© 2020 NBCNEWS.COMBy Janelle GriffithThis month, the principal of Linda Tutt High School in the small town of Sanger, Texas, said he was approached by an eighth grader eager to share that he had bought a three-in-one men's shampoo, conditioner and body wash."The first thing he did was he said: 'Hey. Look in my hair,'" the principal, Anthony Love, recalled in an interview Tuesday."And so I looked at it, and it looked clean," Love said. "But he was excited about it because it was the first time he's ever had his own shampoo."The student, who lives with...

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DC pizza shop delivers hundreds of pies to National Guard stationed at the Capitol

DC pizza shop delivers hundreds of pies to National Guard stationed at the Capitol

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Jan. 15, 2021, 3:16 AM UTCBy Samantha KubotaIt's hard to go wrong with , which is what a few members of Congress opted for as a way to show their appreciation for the National Guard stationed at the Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's .We the Pizza originally got a call from Representatives Michael Waltz and Vicky Hartzler on Tuesday asking for them to deliver 150 pies to the troops at the Capitol Visitor Center.“We wanted to help, so we matched (the order),” Micheline Mendelsohn, the deputy CEO for...

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Dustin Diamond hospitalized: 'It's serious, but we don't know how serious yet'

Dustin Diamond hospitalized: 'It's serious, but we don't know how serious yet'

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Jan. 12, 2021, 9:42 PM UTCBy Alyssa Newcomb and Diana DasrathFormer "Saved by the Bell" star Dustin Diamond has been hospitalized in Florida, a spokesperson for the actor confirmed to TODAY."It's serious, but we don't know how serious yet. He’s going for testing. He hasn’t been feeling well," the spokesperson said. "He's at an undisclosed hospital in Florida. We are hoping for a speedy recovery.”No other details were known about Diamond's condition.The 44-year-old actor rose to fame as a teenager playing...

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National Guard troops sleep in Capitol building overnight

National Guard troops sleep in Capitol building overnight

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.In preparation of President-elect Joe Biden’s approaching inauguration, NBC’s Tom Costello gives a live look at security preparations at the Capitol. He also shows images of National Guard troops sleeping inside the building overnight to ensure the safety of Congress.Read More

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After horrifying day, lone congressman quietly picks up garbage in the Capitol Rotunda

After horrifying day, lone congressman quietly picks up garbage in the Capitol Rotunda

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Jan. 8, 2021, 1:10 PM UTCBy Associated PressWater bottles, clothing, Trump flags, even a U.S. flag littered the ground inside the U.S. Capitol after a mob backing President Donald Trump ransacked the building.New Jersey Rep. Andy Kim walked amid the mess shortly after voting to certify Joe Biden’s victory over Trump — and felt the weight of the day wearing on him — when something motivated him to clean up the debris.“I was just really affected emotionally. I felt this kind of heightened, kind of supercharged...

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Texas school district opens free grocery store to help disadvantaged students

Texas school district opens free grocery store to help disadvantaged students

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Jan. 4, 2021, 4:05 PM UTCBy Janelle GriffithThis month, the principal of Linda Tutt High School in the small town of Sanger, Texas, said he was approached by an eighth grader eager to share that he had bought a three-in-one men's shampoo, conditioner and body wash."The first thing he did was he said: 'Hey. Look in my hair,'" the principal, Anthony Love, recalled in an interview Tuesday."And so I looked at it, and it looked clean," Love said. "But he was excited about it because it was the first time he's...

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“Is this actually going to happen? Am I going to mess this up in any way?” Father-son duo reflect back on 1-year adoption anniversary

“Is this actually going to happen? Am I going to mess this up in any way?” Father-son duo reflect back on 1-year adoption anniversary

Parents, you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers.For , celebrating his 1-year adoption anniversary of his son Anthony was a lifelong dream come true.Peter grew up in Africa, poor. Even as a young child he worked with his mother to help grow enough beans and potatoes so the family could eat. If life wasn’t already hard enough, Peter’s father was abusive. No matter what he did to get praise from his father, he never heard any words of encouragement, never a ‘good boy, son’, never ‘I’m proud of you’, never.Eventually, Peter changed his reality. As an adult he moved to the United States and...

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Homeless hero risks life to save 16 dogs and cats from burning building

Homeless hero risks life to save 16 dogs and cats from burning building

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.Dec. 29, 2020, 9:52 PM UTCBy Jen ReederA homeless man who raced into a burning building saved the lives of 10 cats and six dogs — as well as an animal rescue program for at-risk youth.On the afternoon of Dec. 18, an electrical fire sparked at the facility in Atlanta, Georgia. One of the nonprofit’s signature programs, The Rescue Team, teaches at-risk kids about compassion and responsibility through rescuing and rehabilitating homeless dogs and cats.Keith Walker, 53, has done odd jobs for W-Underdogs for...

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The power of words of affirmation

The power of words of affirmation

Parents, you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers.When single dad realized how powerful were for him, the 13 kids he fostered since 2017, and his adopted son, Anthony, he knew that he wanted to share it with as many kids as possible, especially foster kids.In mid-2020, when he started collaborating with to raise awareness and funds for the organization, he could have never expected what was going to come next.“Would you be interested in designing a hospital gown to help deliver happiness to seriously ill kids across our 800 partner hospitals?”All of a sudden, Peter’s desire to make every kid...

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‘Weird Al’ shares touching story of reconnecting with high school crush

‘Weird Al’ shares touching story of reconnecting with high school crush

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Dad making a difference without saying a word

Dad making a difference without saying a word

Parents, you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers.It started out as a simple idea that was sparked by ’s childhood experiences.Today, Peter is a single foster day who’s fostered 14 kids and adopted 1. Along the way he realized that his kids thrived with words of affirmation, something he never received as a child from his own father, but later when a stranger took him in, was deeply impacted by kind words.When Peter got his first dog, Simba, he decided to try something. He knew that sometimes his kids weren’t able to hear or accept his love. Sometimes, as a single dad who also balances a...

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Meet the 4th-grader who gives away toys to honor her fallen military dad

Meet the 4th-grader who gives away toys to honor her fallen military dad

Lily Bonacasa, a fourth-grader from Long Island, found a special way to make the holiday wishes of children in need while honoring her late father, Staff Sergeant Louis Bonacasa, who was killed in action in Afghanistan. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie spoke with Lily and her family and helped Lily shop for toys for children at FAO Schwarz.Read More

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Operation Baghdad Pups helps serviceman and dog reunite back in the US

Operation Baghdad Pups helps serviceman and dog reunite back in the US

Dec. 14, 2020, 9:57 PM UTCBy Jen ReederEarlier this year, a fluffy puppy wandered onto a U.S. military base in the Eastern European country of Georgia — and into the heart of service member Patrick Brady.Brady, 22, was reviewing an inventory list when he heard a fellow service member remark, “There’s a puppy outside.”Sure enough, Brady spotted an adorable ball of fluff — smaller than his boots.“I just fell in love with her right away,” he told TODAY.Brady bathed, fed and vaccinated the pup and named her Marshmallow. But a week later, she gave him a scare when she disappeared from the base...

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Craig Melvin's brother Lawrence dies from colon cancer at age 43

Craig Melvin's brother Lawrence dies from colon cancer at age 43

Dec. 12, 2020, 10:22 PM UTCBy Scott StumpCraig Melvin's older brother, Lawrence Meadows, has died at 43 from colon cancer.On Saturday, Craig shared the "We lost our older brother this week. Lawrence Meadows was a husband (to Angela, his childhood sweetheart), father (to Addie, 11 and Lawson, 7) Baptist minister, entrepreneur, and one of the best human beings you would’ve ever known," he wrote in the caption. "Colon cancer robbed him and us of so much."Meadows, who was first diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer at 39 years old in 2016, died on Wednesday morning, according to the family. He...

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‘Best buddies’: Grieving pit bull finds joy again with new kitten companion

‘Best buddies’: Grieving pit bull finds joy again with new kitten companion

Dec. 3, 2020, 8:38 PM UTCBy Jen ReederA pit bull named Dude learned through personal experience that good things really do come in small packages.Dude has lived up to his name since being rescued as a from a Caribbean island by Florida resident Julie Burroughs in 2015. The affable dog saw her through a divorce and was close with her older pit bull, Harley Jane.But when Harley Jane died in February, Dude slipped into a funk.“I felt really bad for Dude because he was really sad and very mopey,” Burroughs told TODAY. “I even tried pheromone collars. I just knew he needed a friend.”Burroughs,...

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Dolly Parton saved the life of a 9-year-old actor on set of new Christmas movie

Dolly Parton saved the life of a 9-year-old actor on set of new Christmas movie

Dec. 10, 2020, 3:50 PM UTCBy Lindsay LoweDolly Parton is literally a lifesaver!Talia Hill, a 9-year-old actor and dancer in Parton’s , “Christmas on the Square,” revealed that the saved her life by pulling her out of the path of an oncoming vehicle.Talia remembered the moment in a recent interview with .“We were on set, and I was at the hot chocolate station, and they said go back to your beginning positions,” she said. “So there was a vehicle moving, and I was walking, and then somebody grabbed me and pulled me back, and I looked up and it was Dolly Parton.”“‘Well, I am an angel, you...

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'MasterChef' contestant faces backlash for calling Asian food 'dirty'

'MasterChef' contestant faces backlash for calling Asian food 'dirty'

Dec. 1, 2020, 8:07 PM UTCBy Kerry Breen"Masterchef: The Professionals" contestant Philli Armitage-Mattin, a London-based chef, is facing backlash for referring to Asian cuisines as "dirty" and issuing an apology that critics say does not acknowledge the .The controversy started with Armitage-Mattin's Instagram bio, which has since been changed. A screenshot of it includes the hashtag #prettydirtyfood and the tagline "Dirty food refined."Clarence Kwan, creator of "," a cooking zine about antiracism and Chinese food, posted a screenshot of the bio to his , where he expressed his dismay."In a...

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Dec 1
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Former US election security chief reacts to comment that he should be ‘shot’

Former US election security chief reacts to comment that he should be ‘shot’

In his first live interview since being fired as the director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Chris Krebs tells TODAY that comments by Joseph diGenova, a lawyer for President Trump, that Krebs should be “taken out and shot” are “certainly more dangerous language, more dangerous behavior.” He points to the record of paper ballots as proof that the 2020 election was secure: “You effectively have the receipts.” He says he is “thankful” to President Trump but chose country over party: “We did it right.”Read More

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Ken Jennings named 1st interim host of ‘Jeopardy!’

Ken Jennings named 1st interim host of ‘Jeopardy!’

“Jeopardy!” record holder Ken Jennings will be the first in a series of interim hosts replacing the late Alex Trebek when the show resumes production next Monday. A long-term host will be named later. NBC’s Joe Fryer reports for TODAY.Read More

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This ex-rapper aims to change the perception of Black men in cat rescue

This ex-rapper aims to change the perception of Black men in cat rescue

Nov. 23, 2020, 7:43 PM UTCBy Jen ReederAtlanta resident Sterling Davis was on a break from a rap tour when he applied for a job at the county shelter scooping kitty litter. He just wanted to stay busy and make a little money. Plus, he’s always loved animals, like his cat at the time, Rick James.“I did horrible in the interview because they had cats in the room and I was playing with all the cats, kissing all the cats,” he told TODAY.Even though he didn’t really answer any of the questions because he was distracted by the friendly felines, he got the job because, as the person who hired him...

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