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Titanic Expert Talks New Book, Working with James Cameron

James Cameron and his collaborators have made more than 30 dives to the wreck of the Titanic, submerged in more than 2 miles (3.8 kilometers) of water beneath the North Atlantic. His voyages to this most famous shipwreck, enabled by his own technical innovations, such as remotely operated vehicles, Full story

Grandchildren of Titanic disaster

   New Mexico museum exhibit offers grandchildren of Titanic survivors a glimpse at their shared past. KOB's Jill Galus reports.

This day on TODAY: Surviving the Titanic

   On April 15, 1998, the 86th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, NBC’s Richard Roth speaks with one of the last survivors of the disaster.

Blogger turned author: Don’t take no for an answer

   Kelly Oxford started blogging before a lot of people knew what the Internet was, and later gained a massive Twitter following of over 450,000. She talks about some of the comical stories in her new book, “Everything Is Perfect When You’re a Liar,” including the time she went to L.A. to “find Leonard

Australian billionaire plans to build Titanic 2

   It’s been a century since the ship once called “unsinkable” sank in icy waters, and now there are plans for another Titanic to launch. Australian billionaire Clive Palmer wants to build the Titanic 2 to take the exact same route as the original. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.

Titanic Exhibit Gives Life to Ship's Passengers

PHILADELPHIA — When you first enter "Titanic: the Artifact Exhibit" at the Franklin Institute, you are given a ticket with the name of somebody who was actually aboard the ill-fated ship. My ticket bore the name of Mr. Paul Romaine M. L. Chevré, a first-class passenger who was a successful sculptor. Full story

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  ‘Mythbusters’ see if Jack could have survived Titanic

TODAY’s Natalie Morales takes a look at some of the trending stories, online such as pictures of Jennifer Aniston’s whopping engagement ring and the Discovery show “Mythbusters” re-enacting the sinking of the Titanic.

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A woman places a rose on the Titanic memorial in Belfast at a service to mark the 101st anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic on the 15th April 1912
A woman places a rose on the Titanic memorial in Belfast at a service to mark the 101st anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic on the 15th April 1912

A woman places a rose on the Titanic memorial during a service to mark the 101st anniversary of the sinking of the cruise ship April 15, 2013. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (Northern Ireland - Tags: ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)