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At Home with TODAY: Wrangler welcomes you to his home turf

Wrangler is now a regular furry face in Studio 1A, and now he's inviting you home to see what he loves to do when hes not holding down the fort in the Orange Room.






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 16:36:12 GMT
The TODAY viewers have spoken! Dylan earns surprise trip to Bahamas

The final day of TODAYs Hot Ticket giveawayfound Dylan Dreyer in West Haven, Connecticut, to surprise a third winner of a Bahamas getaway but not the last.After paying a visit Friday to a very deserving winner, Aida Cordero, a bus driver who hasnt taken a vacation in five years, TODAY surprised another worthy winner: Dylan!






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 15:32:00 GMT
White and gold? Or blue and black? Dress sets the Internet ablaze with color debate

What colors are in this dress?That simple question has divided people into two irrationally passionate camps: white and gold and blue and black."Its a perception issue. It's the way the brain processes information that comes in, eye surgeon Paul Dougherty told TODAY.






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 15:27:00 GMT
9 dead after shooting spree in Missouri

Nine people are dead in the wake of a series of shootings in a rural area of southern Missouri, including a suspect who apparently shot himself. NBC News justice correspondent Pete Williams reports.

Fri, 27 Feb 2015 15:24:00 GMT
Got snow? Boston man will ship 'historic' snow anywhere in the US

Where others in the Boston area see mountains of snow, Kyle Waring sees hills of gold.Waring, 27, of Manchester-by-the-Sea, about 30 miles outside of Boston, has taken advantage of the 100-plus inches of snow that have buried his state this winter to make some money and lessen the drifts of white stuff outside his window.

Fri, 27 Feb 2015 15:12:08 GMT
'Age is not a barrier': Tech designer, 91, lands her dream job in Silicon Valley

While growing up during the Great Depression, Barbara Beskind was an inventor by necessity who hoped to become one professionally.Eight decades later, the 91-year-old has finally realized her dream at a top design firm in Silicon Valley."As a 10-year-old I wanted to be an inventor,'' Beskind told Jenna Bush Hager on TODAY Friday. "I've arrived. But it took me about 80 years.






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:45:00 GMT
Nailed it! Rita Wilson explains why men (even husband Tom Hanks) need pedicures

Rita Wilson is one busy lady. Not only does she have a thriving singing career, she produces movies (often with husband Tom Hanks), and is appearing opposite Larry David in the new Broadway play "Fish in the Dark." But no matter how busy she gets, Wilson always makes time for one thing.Pedicures. "Yes!" she told TODAY's Matt Lauer Friday. "It's like having a massage!






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:30:44 GMT
Spice up your recipe routine: Make Al's go-to ginger drink, shrimp stir-fry and gingery dessert

Ginger do you find you buy the knobby rhizome a few times a year for a recipe and then have no idea what to do with the rest? Al Roker is coming to the rescue with four ways to use fresh ginger, a spice that works well in both sweet and savory preparations.Here's a tip on peeling ginger: Use a spoon to scrape off the brown skin. It works like a charm no peeler or knife necessary!






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:22:00 GMT
The most ridiculous items confiscated by TSA

Flying? Leave the grenades, the loaded guns and the cannon at home.Besides a Twitter feed and a blog, the TSA keeps a running log on Instagram of the most dangerous, bizarre and prohibited items the agency has stopped passengers from taking on board airplanes.






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:20:00 GMT
Meet the 91-year-old female tech designer

TODAY contributing correspondent Jenna Bush Hager sits down with Silicon Valley tech designer Barbara Beskind, who works for IDEO, one of the area's top firms. Inventing is her passion; it began out of necessity during the Great Depression.






Fri, 27 Feb 2015 14:09:00 GMT
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