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Study: Women have evolved to want funny men

  TODAY’s Al Roker and Natalie Morales, along with guest anchor Carson Daly, chat about the hot topics of the day, including a new study that shows women use a man’s ability to make them laugh as a way to judge his suitability as a partner and potential father.

Special duck has a lot to quack about

  Buttercup, a duck, was born with an inverted foot, a painful deformity that prevented him from walking. Until now. NBC’s Gabe Guiterrez reports.

London abuzz over Duchess Kate whereabouts

  As the clock ticks, the royal baby wait, now in its second week, is going into overdrive, with many wondering about the whereabouts of Duchess Kate. The palace has said that when the time comes, the media will get confirmation that she is inside the hospital. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.

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  Butter coffee: Extra energy or just extra fat?

Matt Lauer, Savannah Guthrie and Natalie Morales take a few sips of “Bulletproof coffee,” a new fad that promises to give your daily cup a kick, thanks to a dollop of butter.

  Home remedy death puts mom in hot water

Somali immigrant faces charges in daughter's death after treating her burns with cocoa butter mixed with powdered acetaminophen. KPRC's Jennifer Bauer reports.

  Try challah french toast with whiskey sauce

If you’re thinking of trying your hand at making a delicious Sunday brunch, try chef Laurent Tourondel’s recipe for challah french toast with gingerbread spices and a whiskey caramel sauce.

  Paula Deen and sons grill up quick and easy steak

Paula Deen and her sons Jamie and Bobby prove cooking can be a family affair, grilling up a simple, budget-friendly meal of molasses-grilled flank steak, salad  and fire-roasted corn salsa.

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