43-year-old Lucia Pittalis uses her art to transform herself into movie and music icons. The ladies discuss this and other buzzing topics including a recently discovered puppy-sized spider.
Comedian, talk-show host and author Jenny McCarthy chats about her recent marriage to actor and singer Donnie Wahlberg, as well as her new “Dirty, Sexy, Funny” radio show on Sirius-XM.
Liz Vaccariello shares some ideas from the book “Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things” and shows the ladies how to replace, restore or revive pretty much anything in the home with simple household items like hairspray or an ice cube tray.
From foundations to moisturizers, Glamour magazine readers selected this year’s batch of Glammy Award-winning beauty products and executive beauty director Ying Chu joins Kathie Lee and Hoda to share this year’s winning products.
“Wine for Women” author Leslie Sbrocco shows Kathie Lee and Hoda the perfect ingredients for hosting a happy hour party without leaving the house.
For this special birthday edition of Bobbie’s Buzz, TODAY style editor Bobbie Thomas shows the ladies some reversible attire to give you more bang for your buck, including double-duty denim.
TODAY’s Willard Scott sends special wishes to viewers celebrating milestone birthdays and anniversaries.
For our “Scary Movie Spook-Off,” we asked you what was the scariest film of all time. “The Exorcist” was the big winner. Willie Geist reports from the Orange Room.
For 401K and Thrift Savings Plans, the maximum contribution will become $18,000 – an increase of $500.
NBC Sports’ Josh Elliott talks to Team Louisiana; their coach, Ted Sandoz, and Rita Benson LeBlanc of the board of the New Orleans Saints about the Special Olympics flag football division.
Hearts that had stopped beating were successfully transplanted in a surgical breakthrough at an Australian hospital that could result in a major increase in the number of donor hearts available.
“This Old House” host Kevin O’Connor joins TODAY with some low-tech, smart and unique new products for your home, including reusable grilling sheets, and a self-standing trash bag.
The actress and comedian joins TODAY to talk about her second book, “Marcel the Shell: The Most Surprised I’ve Ever Been.” She talks about the creation of the popular character.
A North Carolina school swapped stationary bikes for desks so that kids can use all that bottled-up energy while reading instead of feeling trapped indoors. TODA lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe reports.
Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss some stunning Halloween home decorations, like a house that was transformed to look like a scary face, and a family that decorated with a “Nightmare Before Christmas” theme. “It’s incredible,” says Tamron.
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