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Taking a look back at Jenna Wolfes path to fitness
As Jenna Wolfe steps into her full-time role as TODAYs health and wellness correspondent, the Weekend TODAY team decided to take a look at how Jenna, who says she was active out of the womb, grew into her new role.News Image


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Superhero fans brought closer by superstorm have comically good time in New Jersey real wedding
Katie and Carlos Cruz are two New Jersey natives who met during a lighthearted evening of karaoke and dancing back in 2010. But a little over two years into their relationship, they were both put to the test when Superstorm Sandy rocked the area and Katies familys home.News Image


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Community rallies to search for missing UVA student
Close to 1,000 people volunteered yesterday, and hundreds more are expected to sign up today, to search for missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham who disappeared nearly two weeks ago. NBCs Hallie Jackson reports.News Image
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12:42:00 GMT
'Shining a Light' on Weekend TODAYs Baltimore Health Expo
Part of TODAYs "Shine a Light" series, TODAYs Lester Holt, Erica Hill, Jenna Wolfe and Dylan Dreyer helped host a health fair in Baltimore, bringing people together with exercise, healthy cooking and health checkups.News Image
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12:34:00 GMT
Everything you need to know about hiccups and how to get rid of them
Hiccups that just won't quit are almost as annoying as being stuck in traffic for hours...with a crying baby...and no air conditioning. We may be exaggerating here, but this mysterious bodily function is just as strange as it is irritating. So what exactly is going on when you hiccup and how can you shut it down, ASAP?What ARE Hiccups?News Image


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NFL sponsors edging away in wake of domestic violence crisis
Anheuser-Busch, which has a billion-dollar deal with the NFL, is beginning to express concern, and Proctor and Gamble called off an on-field campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. NBCs Janet Shamlian reports.News Image
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12:32:00 GMT
Nailing it: 3 simple tips to make your mornings better
Lets set the hectic morning stage. The alarm never went off, youre not sure where the backpacks are, and lunch hasnt been packed. Does this sound familiar? In this edition of "Nailing It," our original web video series, we offer simple ways to minimize your morning stress and maximize your enjoyment of your morning coffee.News Image


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Ballsy! Testicular cancer survivor has a creative way to raise awareness
Every day, Thomas Cantley walks six to eight hours pushing around a 6-foot-high inflatable ball. Cantley's goal: to push the giant ball from Santa Monica, California, down the southern coast of the U.S., stop in 11 cities, and eventually make his way to New York City.But Cantley's journey is no average hiking or cross-country trip. Rather, the ball he is pushing serves a greater purpose.News Image


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USA TODAY columnist: 'There was really nothing of substance' in Goodell's press conference
On Friday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the controversy over how the league has handled players accused of domestic violence for the first time. But despite Goodell pledging he would "get it right," not everyone feels his promises went far enough.Goodell vowed during thepress conference in Midtown Manhattan that the league would revise its personal conduct policy.News Image


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Domestic violence centers see spike in calls after Ray Rice video
In the days after the Ray rice video surfaced on TMZ Sports, the national domestic violence hotline saw an 84-percent spike in calls, suggesting that the incident and the ensuring media coverage is compelling abused women to speak up. NBCs Janet Shamilan reports.News Image


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Debra Messing on new show: 'It's important to show reality'
Debra Messing is starring in the new NBC comedy The Mysteries of Laura. The former Will and Grace star sat down with TODAYs Erica Hill to discuss why its important to show complex single moms on network television.News Image


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Volunteers flood campus center to search for missing UVA student
A week after University of Virginia student Hannah Graham disappeared, students and community members are signing up in large numbers to help search for the missing woman. In the meantime, police say they have identified a person of interest. NBCs Kristen Welker reports.News Image


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Checky Is the new app that wants to help you stay off your phones
Checky is a new app that tracks how many times youve checked your phone, and maps out where the usage occurred. Its goal to make you more aware of device dependency, and help people with smartphone addictions. TODAYs Jenna Wolfe reports from the Orange Room.News Image


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Roger Goodells apology criticized for lack of specifics
Friday, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke out on the domestic violence, prompting a response ranging from blistering to unimpressed, with the National Organization of Women still demanding Goodells resignation. NBCs Peter Alexander reports.News Image


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White House intruder security breach 'under investigation'
The man who jumped the White House fence, and made it into the North Portico doors of the White House was brought to a local hospital for medical examination. While officials say the First Family was never in danger, the security breach is under investigation. NBCs Kristen Welker reports.News Image


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