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Ryan Reynolds opens up about fatherhood: 'You worry about really stupid stuff'
Ryan Reynolds welcomed his first child into the world with wife Blake Lively only three months ago, but he's already thinking about his baby girl's future career choices."I worry that my daughter's going to want to go into show business," he told TODAY's Willie Geist when the pair sat down to discuss the actor's latest film, "Woman in Gold.
Can you be spiritual without being religious? 'There are many paths to enlightenment'
Whats it like to lead a life thats spiritual, but not traditionally religious? Answers vary, but perhaps not as wildly as one might expect.A recent TODAY survey indicated that 77 percent of participants see a difference between religion and spirituality, with more than 70 percent of respondents indicating its more important to be spiritual than religious.
'Is that kale?' Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie dip into Funny or Die's 1.5-second videos
Comedy Central stands behind Trevor Noah
Woman's touching letter to pilots goes viral
Iran talks go past deadline
Cruise ships may carry unwelcome passengers: Germs
Tina Krasner of South Windsor, Connecticut, was one of 3,050 people aboard a cruise ship when it departed from New Jersey on a tropical trip in January 2014. Unfortunately, her voyage ended prematurely and unpleasantly Krasner was one of 630 passengers who got sick (along with 54 crew members) due to a norovirus outbreak."That sickness spread like wildfire, so fast," Krasner said.
Twitter ups the ante for April Fools' Day with 'Twelfie Stick' announcement
Editor's Note: Twitter teamed up with TODAY to announce its (very fake) plans for the Twelfie Stick. April Fools'! What do you think of the prototype? Tweet us using #Twelfie.Twitter is getting in on the selfie fun!The tech company announced its foray into the hardware business Wednesday morning with the Twelfie Stick, a "highly sophisticated and first-of-its-kind device.
Closing arguments ahead for Boston bombing jury