The “Saturday Night Live” cast member talks about the upcoming 40th season of the famed variety show, admitting that he has jitters about the season premiere (and, apparently, everything else).
Amy Astley, editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue Magazine, shares her cheat sheet for all the latest teen trends, which include a passion for new “it girl” Bella Thorn and a love for the British pop rock band The Vamps.
Finding new ways to keep your kid's school work organized can be difficult, but with a few simple tips, you can keep your little scholars work easily accessible while being prepared for any big projects that might come up.
The actresses talk about their roles playing very different TV journalists covering the story of the mysterious disappearance of Amy Dunne in the upcoming film adaptation of the popular book.
NBC chief medical editor Nancy Snyderman discusses a new study that suggests a link between gaining weight around the midsection and the risk of breast cancer for post-menopausal women.
Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about the phenomenon of people participating in office “bra parties”, where women are getting fitted for bras alongside their co-workers. KLG says she washes her bras after every use, but Hoda takes a different approach.
Willie Geist visits the nonprofit organization “Pony Power” and learns how they use horses to provide therapy to people suffering from a range of conditions, including childhood autism spectrum disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.
As a Weight Watchers spokesperson, Jessica Simpson has learned a few secrets to healthy eating. She shares a few of her go-to snacks with Kathie Lee and Hoda and also shares a tasty pasta dish.
Kathie Lee and Hoda, along with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover from “Access Hollywood Live,” quiz fans on their “Saturday Night Live” trivia.
Actress, business woman and mom Jessica Simpson tells Kathie Lee and Hoda that being a mom to two beautiful kids is the greatest source of joy in her life, and that she didn’t expect her fashion line to be so successful.
In his new book, “The Virgin Way,” businessman Richard Branson says he believes that employees should be able to take vacations whenever they want, and that managers shouldn’t track employee vacations.
The acclaimed actor channeled a number of iconic people in a new photo series, including Albert Einstein and (no, really) Marilyn Monroe.
The company is rolling out federally-insured low-cost checking accounts for customers.
The English actress talks about having to gain and lose weight at various times for her lead role in the David Fincher-directed film adaptation of the best-selling book.
A video of the president holding a coffee cup in his hand as he salutes servicemen while walking off a plane has sparked controversy on social media.
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