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Have a ball! See Natalie and Jenna tube, tour baseball museum in Cooperstown
First it was climbing a wall of ice in Alaska, then jumping off a cliff in Colorado. Natalie and Jenna's latest #TODAYTakesOff adventure may be less terrifying, but it's just as wondrous. Thursday they broadcast live from Cooperstown, New York home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Beyonc re-records 'Crazy In Love' for 'Fifty Shades of Grey' soundtrack
Breathe easy, Beyonc fans. The breathless teaser for "Fifty Shades of Grey" that showed up on the singer's Instagram is indeed proof that she's involved in the upcoming film's soundtrack.During the reveal of the first trailer for the movie on TODAY Thursday, exclusive news also followed that Beyonc has re-recorded her 2003 hit "Crazy In Love" for the film.
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Go, Turbo, go! Tiny disabled dog gets special wheels crafted from toy parts
A tiny Chihuahua born with a genetic defect is now back in action, thanks to some ingenuity and a little faith from an Indianapolis veterinarian.Amy Birk, the practice manager of The Downtown Veterinarian, said she had been about to leave for the day nearly two weeks ago when a couple came in with a dog wrapped in a towel."The couple was besides themselves," Birk told TODAY.com.
Up, up and eBay! Classic Superman comic should fetch millions
It's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's ... a very expensive eBay listing. The debut issue of "Action Comics," which just also happens to be the first appearances of Superman and Lois Lane, is headed to auction.The issue originally came out in April 1938 and had a cover price of 10 cents but, as The New York Timesreports, a copy sold for $2,161,000 in 2011.
Viral 'Jews and Arabs Refuse to Be Enemies' campaign inspires hope among violence
Its the social media crusade that can be sized up in its mighty hashtag: #JewsandArabsRefuseToBeEnemies.It began several weeks ago after two Hunter College students in New York grew weary of seeing their social media feeds load up with hateful comments.The two students, Dania Darwish, a New Yorker originally from Syria, and Abraham Gutman, an Israeli from Tel Aviv, started a Facebook page.