Male and female dinosaurs may have shared the responsibility of incubating their offspring, but how to determine which parent was involved remains a mystery, according to a new study that re-examines the idea that the brooding behavior of modern birds may predict similar behavior in their dinosaur a Full story
TODAY’s Sara Haines visits the Center for Birds of Prey in Charleston, which rehabilitates more than 500 injured birds per year and helps them heal before releasing them back into wild.
Lou Manfredini, host of “House Smarts,” shows how to make your lawn the envy of the neighborhood and increase your property value by 10 to 15 percent at the same time.
Author Raquel Cepeda talks with Melissa Harris-Perry about how creating identity is complex because “being Latina” is not purely racial, cultural or experiential, but can be a combination of all three.
Health officials in Taiwan are on guard after on of its citizens contracted the deadly strain of bird flu while on a business trip in China. NBC’s Ian Williams reports.
With fears the bird flu could spread worldwide in much the same way SARS did a decade ago, the Centers for Disease Control is distributing diagnostic kits and monitoring travelers who have visited China. NBC’s Ian Williams reports.
A bird flies underneath an atmospheric phenomenon known as a "sun dog" in the sky over Seaside Heights, New Jersey, May 14, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
A flag and a bird fly over a polling station as people wait to cast their votes in a village near Lahore May 11, 2013. A string of militant attacks cast a long shadow over Pakistan's general election on Saturday, but millions still turned out to vote in a landmark test of the troubled country's demo
A bird flies past workers working on the scaffolding surrounding the Washington Monument, May 10, 2013. The monument has been closed to the public since the August 23, 2011 earthquake which shook the nation's capital and workers are expected to take until 2014 to fix stresses and cracks caused by th
A dead bird is tied by its neck to the entrance gate of the Metal Industry Vransko factory, as a worker walks inside the compound, in Vransko May 8, 2013. The factory was closed due to bankruptcy on April 30. Picture taken May 8. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL EMPLOY