Harri Anne Smith, a state senator in Alabama, has been in close contact with five-year-old Ethan's family since he was taken hostage last week. She said there are "lots of smiles" now that he's been freed and former FBI hostage negotiator Clint Van Zandt discusses the details of the case. (TODAY)
Some of TODAY's Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb's biggest fans ask the duo their pressing questions, such as what jobs would they be doing if they weren't hosting a television show and what Hoda misses most about New Orleans. (TODAY)
The reality TV star and mother of eight chats with TODAY's Meredith Vieira about her surprise birthday celebration in New York City, her relationship with ex-husband Jon Gosselin and the possibility of finding new love. (TODAY)
Suffering the late stages of congestive heart failure, former Vice President Dick Cheney underwent surgery to have a mechanical heart-assist device, known as an LVAD, implanted. Doctors say he is "doing well." NBC's Jamie Gangel reports.
Nov. 19: After days of concern, criticism and controversy over the new breast cancer guidelines, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says women should keep doing what they've been doing. NBC's chief medical editor, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, weighs in.
Nov. 2: Shweta Verma, the mother of a 6-month-old baby who miraculously survived after his stroller rolled into the path of a train, tells TODAY's Matt Lauer about the incident and how her baby is doing now.