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Bass Pro Shops founder wants to hook more people on the great outdoors

Johnny Morris is the fisherman and conservationist who founded Bass Pro Shops in the 1970s, turning it into the massive superstore it is today. Now, he's turning some focus to a wildlife museum to hook more people on the great outdoors. NBC's Kevin Tibbles has this week's Sunday Closer.

You may be sitting on a trove of hidden cash (in your house)

From jewelry to antiques, gift cards to memorabilia, your home may be a trove of hidden treasure that you're not even aware of.

Save on Halloween candy now with these sweet online deals

Halloween is right around the corner, and it's time to start stocking up on candy without breaking the bank.

MissionU offers unique tuition plan for its new 12-month program

Americans owe a staggering $1.3 trillion in student loans, but a new San Francisco-based training program is tackling the issue of college grad debt with a unique business model: no tuition upfront. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Jo Ling Kent meets the founder of MissionU and hears from students enrolled in the program.

Stop saying 'Velcro,' says Velcro

The Velcro company created a video featuring its legal team to ask people to stop using 'Velcro' as shorthand for the fastening technology.

How Playboy is reinventing the Bunny for a new generation

Hugh Hefner started Playboy magazine in 1953 with the help of a $1,000 check from his mother. Now, the media mogul's son, Cooper, is taking the reins and attempting to reshape the brand in an ever-changing social and digital landscape. In this week's Sunday Spotlight, NBC's Steve Patterson visits the younger Hefner at work and inside the iconic Playboy Mansion.

Did you get that Amazon baby registry email? You weren't the only one

The giant online seller is known for being able to deliver virtually everything, but so far as we know babies aren't on that list.

Chipotle is axing a menu item to make room for queso

Those who were cheesed off by the recent addition to the chain's menu may now have something else they think is no gouda.

Want to help victims of Hurricane Irma? Here's how

If you'd like to make a donation to the relief efforts, it's best to do so with cash, rather than with households items.

Frozen-food brand Amy's Kitchen is getting into the fast-food game

It seems America is finally ready to embrace healthy fast food: Amy's Kitchen announces plans to expand its drive-thru concept.

Drink to this! Target has a new line of $5 wine

Just in time for your Labor Day festivities, Target will begin selling a new line of super inexpensive wine.

You didn't want to win anyway: The health risks to hitting Powerball jackpot

You may think your problems will vanish if you strike it rich, but life will be more complicated for anyone who wins the $1.5 billion Powerball tonight.

How much do you need to retire? Kids give financial advice and it's the best

In this episode of 'Kidvice', our youngest experts offer TODAY their best money tips.

Bigger is better: Why millennials are over the tiny home trend

Millennials are looking to purchase larger homes according to housing trends and consumer research.

Rachel Bloom: There's a cost to being a star bigger than a size 2 on red carpet

That priceless moment of being an actress on a red carpet? It costs a lot more than you think, says "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" star Rachel Bloom.

Why flight attendants hate when you order Diet Coke

If you order a Diet Coke on a plane, this flight attendant says to be prepared to wait a little bit.

McDonald's is bringing back its Value Menu

McDonald's is working on rolling out a revamped Value Menu that supposedly doesn't sacrifice quality for price.

Amazon's Meal Kits are already being sold online

Ever wish you could just Amazon-Prime yourself all the ingredients for tacos al pastor? Well, that might soon be a reality.

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