Donny Deutsch and Star Jones, along with Abby Huntsman, discuss the topics making headlines today, including the National Transportation Safety Board’s recommendation that states reduce the maximum blood alcohol level to 0.05 percent for driving.
Trace Adkins is out with his 11th studio album, “Love Will,” a selection of heart-wrenching ballads along with several uptempo anthems. He jokes with Kathie Lee and Hoda that they always have a little too much to drink.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends birthday wishes to special TODAY viewers.
Cutting calories isn’t easy, and it doesn’t help if you feel hungry all the time. Registered dietitian Elizabeth Somer is here to help those hunger pangs go away, sharing foods that will keep you feeling full and satisfied.
The TODAY anchors, along with Food Network’s Guy Fieri, chat about the hot topics of the day, including a couple of restaurant owners featured on a recent episode of “Kitchen Nightmares” who are now airing their many grievances in a long Facebook rant.
The moderator analyzes the implications of the multiple scandals the Obama administration is dealing with this week, including accusations of a Benghazi cover-up and reports that the IRS unfairly scrutinized conservative organizations.
Investigators in Fort Hood, Texas, are looking into allegations that an Army sergeant sexually assaulted three female soldiers and forced one into prostitution.
A new report by the IRS inspector general corroborates what conservatives have been alleging: that the IRS unfairly targeted them for extra scrutiny over 18 months.
After meeting with Ariel Castro behind bars, the accused kidnapper’s attorneys are speaking out, painting him as a loving dad who is “extremely committed” to his daughter by Amanda Berry, one of the women he’s accused of holding captive for a decade.
The actor from “The Office” discusses the final two episodes of the comedy series, which is coming to an end on May 16. He says the cast had a feeling from the second episode that the show would be a hit, and calls Jim and Pam’s relationship “real.”
Craig Robinson, who plays Darryl Philbin on “The Office,” talks about the series’ finale as well as his role as the leading man in Tyler Perry’s new film, “Peeples,” in which he has to win over his girlfriend’s family.
June 5: The Dave Matthews Band performs their hit song “Crash Into Me” on Rockefeller Plaza.
“Star Wars: The Old Republic” is a new massively multiplayer online game that lets you play Bounty Hunters, Jedi, Sith, Smugglers, Soldiers and more.
June 5: The Dave Matthews Band performs their song “Why I am” on Rockefeller Plaza.
June 5: The Dave Matthews Band rocks the Plaza with their Grammy Award-winning song “So Much to Say.”