Financial expert David Bach gives his advice to two couples on whether they should keep separate bank accounts after walking down the aisle and why it may be a good idea to pay a higher monthly premium for health insurance.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan expresses his disdain for seafood as he pops by TODAY to talk about his new book “Food: A Love Story.”
Only a day after Hurricane Gonzalo caused mass destruction on Bermuda, residents have made a lot of headway on cleaning up the island. “Resilience here was amazing to see,” TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.
Jenna Bush Hager guest co-hosts alongside Hoda and shows off two Halloween costumes she’s considering for her daughter Mila. When asked if she wants to have more kids, JBH replies, “Look at Mila. How could I not have other kids?!”
Sarah Lisle, who was diagnosed with breast cancer and fought through a recurrence on top of her reconstruction, never gave up hope of becoming a mom. Her sister-in-law offered to carry Sarah and her husband’s embryos, and helped Sarah fulfill her dream.
Reality star Kris Jenner loves to cook and shares some of her family’s favorite recipes in a new cook book. She shows Hoda and Jenna Bush Hager how to make a hearty chicken soup and she reveals her granddaughter North West’s favorite meal.
The anchors discuss a court ruling that appears to set a legal precedent about parental responsibility for a child’s online actions after a boy posted a fake Facebook profile to bully a classmate.
Mariah Carey performs wearing very high-cut dress
The comedian joins TODAY to talk about his new book, “Food: A Love Story,” and shares some of the adventures he’s had while doling out food advice on the road and in being a dad to his five kids.
The queen of comedy talks to Billy Bush about starring across from Bill Murray in her new film, “St. Vincent” and she discusses rumors that she will participate in the newly announced “Ghostbusters 3.”
Bradley Cooper attempts to talk about his new play, “The Elephant Man,” with “The Tonight Show” host while they each wear caps with fake, furry hair, and the duo can’t keep from cracking up.
Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and private mortgage lenders are reportedly close to a deal to ease restrictions on borrowers with poor credit.
The legendary singer joins TODAY to talk about his 32nd album, “Melody Road,” and shares his fears about getting back on the road to tour at age 73.
Data from people treated with Viagra shows that the drug prevented the heart from increasing in size or changing shape in patients with left ventricular hypertrophy.
The highly-publicized iPhone app will allow iPhone 6 users to make purchases at participating retailers by simply touching a sensor.
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