Some nonavian dinosaurs, including carnivorous tyrannosaurs, may have had brains that were hardwired for flight long before even the earliest known birds started flapping their wings, a new study finds. Full story
With reports indicating that the driver in the horrific train crash in Spain was on the phone when the train derailed, the TODAY anchors discuss how we can prevent people from using cellphones while driving. They also chat about other topics making headlines.
After TODAY’s Al Roker invited Vice President Joe Biden to co-host TODAY, Biden responded via tweet, suggesting maybe he and Hillary Clinton can host together.
As his mother lay dying of cancer, NPR radio host Scott Simon shared intimate memories and reflections in a very public way by tweeting to his followers. NBC’s Kevin Tibbles reports.
Social media has become the go-to place for people to share their greatest joys and most painful hardships, but how do you know if you’re sharing too much? Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein and Buzzfeed’s Ryan Broderick share their thoughts.
NPR radio host Scott Simon has been touching people across the country by tweeting from his mother’s deathbed in a Chicago hospital. He tells NBC’s Kevin Tibbles what has inspired him to share deeply personal moments with over 1 million followers on Twitter.
If you’ve ever wanted to know something about anything, chances are Kris Sanchez has tweeted about it on his Twitter feed UberFacts. Two years and millions of followers later, there’s just something about random information that has people intrigued. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
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Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro holds a newspaper as he talks to Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro during a meeting in Havana, in this picture provided by Venezuela's Communications Minister Ernesto Villegas via Twitter on July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Venezuela's Communications Minister Ernesto Ville
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro gives to Former Cuban leader Fidel Castro a paint painted by late president Hugo Chavez, during their a meeting in Havana, in this picture provided by Venezuela's Communications Minister Ernesto Villegas via Twitter on July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Venezuela's Communic