The city claims Rice's family owes money for the ambulance that transported the 12-year-old to the hospital after he was shot by police in 2014.
Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Sea cruise ship ran into a large storm in the Atlantic Ocean. Passengers Asher and Charlotte Lipman describe their experience on the ship.
The city of Cleveland is asking Tamir Rice's estate to pay $500 for an ambulance ride and medical services he received after being shot by a police officer
Police in North Dakota say a Fargo police officer was shot amid a standoff with a domestic violence suspect and is not expected to survive his injuries
Video shows a wild elephant rampaging through a village in India's eastern West Bengal state. Residents say the animal damaged some 100 structures. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Federal and state authorities have reached a $3.2 billion settlement with Morgan Stanley over bank practices that contributed to the 2008 financial crisis including misrepresentations about the value of mortgage-backed securities
Jason Silva is the host of National Geographic Channel's "Brain Games," which kicks off a new season on Sunday. Silva speaks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie about the new season, and challenges the anchors to put on their thinking caps.
The chair of the UK parliamentary committee has grilled the head of Google in Europe in a fierce exchange about whether the company had paid its fair share of taxes
With fierce competition from the USA's PGA Tour, new CEO of the European Tour Keith Pelley has strong views on what the Tour and the game needs to do to compete in 2016.
A man aboard a flight headed to Paris allegedly urinated on a fellow passenger. It was supposedly because he wasn't allowed to smoke or drink mid-air. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Under the gaze of armed soldiers, large white trucks streamed across the world's most armed border Thursday as South Korean workers began shutting down a jointly run industrial park in North Korea
Chicago police believe three weapons with blades were used to kill five of six family members whose bodies were found last week in their home on the city's Southwest Side