Richard Blanco, Poet Laureate of the Inauguration Ceremonies, explains why writing this year’s inaugural poem was a challenge and speaks on the importance of carrying on this legacy for those who’ve come before him.
Lee Woodruff is out with her first novel, “Those We Love Most,” which concerns how people can overcome tough times in life with support from others who’ve experienced similar situations. She tells TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb that her husband, Bob, continues to do well after suffering a
The technology sector is lagging the broader market today even though its stars keep soaring. CNBC's Jon Fortt says those who've done the best job transitioning to mobile and the cloud are seeing the most success.
Chuck talks politics with former Clinton W.H. Secretary Dee Dee Myers, AP's Liz Sidoti, and Comcast's Robert Traynham, who'll give us their take on the struggling economy and how Gov. Rick Perry could shake up the 2012 field.
The World Health Organization claims the E-coli bacteria that’s killed 18 and sickened 1500 people in Europe is a unique strain that’s never been seen before. NBC’s Michelle Kosinski reports.
The World Health Organization sort of raised a red flag today that mobile phones could possibly increase the risk of certain types of brain cancer. Donald Berry, MD, University of Texas, weighs in.
The World Health Organization goes from village to village in Cambodia to screening people for drug resistant malaria. NBC's Ian Williams reports.
Keiji Fukuda, assistant director-general for Health Security and Environment of World Health Organization , answers a question from the media during a news conference in Shanghai April 22, 2013. Two more people have died from a new strain of avian influenza, bringing to 20 the number of deaths from
The World Health Organisation headquarters are pictured in Geneva April 27, 2009. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Residents stand near garbage filling a street in Aleppo, February 11, 2013. Doctors in Aleppo and Deir al-Zor have reported outbreaks of leishmaniasis, an endemic tropical disease transmitted by sand-flies that causes skin ulcers resembling leprosy, the World Health Organization said. Poor waste ma
Officials from the World Health Organization wear protective clothing on July 28, 2012 as they prepare to enter Kagadi Hospital in Kibale District, about 200 kilometres from Kampala, where an outbreak of Ebola virus started. The World Health Organization has said there is no need to panic and that e