For Craig Robinson, seeing his brother-in-law run the White House reminds him "how it's possible in this country for a regular guy to get elected president." The brother of the first lady shares his insider perspective on the Obama family with TODAY's Willie Geist. (TODAY)
Kari Roberts, who lost 135 pounds in order to become a kidney donor, and her bother Tony Bolda, the recipient of his sister's kidney, tell TODAY's Dr. Nancy Snyderman and Savannah Guthrie they are "great" after surgery. (TODAY)
After her brother was diagnosed with a kidney disease, Kari Roberts decided to lose more than 130 pounds so she would be able to give him hew own kidney. The two siblings talk to TODAY's Ann Curry. (TODAY)
Dr. Scott Faulkner, the brother of a Colorado man arrested in Pakistan for allegedly trying to hunt down Osama bin Laden, says his brother "blended in very well" and felt he had a good chance at capturing the world's most wanted man.