Sandi Kenn and her sister Etta spent only 9 months together - in their mother's womb. After investigating their family's history they reunited 70 years later, and realized they grew up only a few miles away from each other. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports. (TODAY)
The U.S. women's water polo team joins the TODAY anchors to talk about their close bond and the excitement of making history by winning the United States' first -ever gold medal in Olympic women's water polo. (TODAY)
A teenage purse snatcher in Florida is turned in by his own father, who spots him in surveillance stills on the local news. NBC's Jeff Rossen reports on this and other outrageous crimes caught on camera. (TODAY)
A Canadian court found three Afghan family members guilty of first degree murder. Prosecutors said the four women had been killed because they were believed to have disgraced the family. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports.
Natalie and Brianna Blakemore help take care of their older brother Zachary, who has Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease, even though they sometimes feel invisible. They are honored with a song written for them by Kathie Lee and David Friedman. (TODAY)