Tina Turner has been rocking around the world since the ‘60s. In this TODAY archival clip from 1997, she talks to Matt Lauer about the secret to her enduring success, and addresses the rumor that she taught Mick Jagger how to dance.
TODAY nutrition and diet editor Madelyn Fernstrom explains how you can maintain your weight during the holiday season and she shows three low-calories meals you can make from your Thanksgiving leftovers.
Technology journalist Natali Morris joins TODAY to tell us about some hot tech items that are selling at a discount, including the Xbox One and a Panasonic 50” TV.
Connie Tang from Princess House stops by Studio 1A to donate half a million dollars in cooking gifts for kids to our annual TODAY Toy Drive.
The “Sons of Anarchy” star joins TODAY to talk about the final season of the FX biker drama, and about Emmy buzz that is surrounding the hit show.
The CDC says that even though the flu season is off to a slow start, it’s still important to get your flu shot.
Tamron Hall reveals that she loves working out with a New York Times app that offers a seven-minute workout and TODAY’s lifestyle and fitness correspondent Jenna Wolfe offers some other tips to inspire your workouts.
Honda says it didn’t report the claims from injuries and deaths from accidents involving its vehicles, a violation of federal law.
Dietitian Frances Largeman-Roth teaches us how to choose healthier foods during your holiday meal, instead of going overboard on fixings and sides.
In the new movie “Take Care” actress Leslie Bibb plays a woman who turns to her ex-boyfriend to help her recover after a bad accident. Leslie and the film’s director Liz Tuccillo chat with KLG and Hoda about the funny film.
Researchers studied almost 500 children and said those with genes for blue eyes were more likely to develop moles, a precursor to getting melanoma later in life.
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge visited a hospice to launch a fund drive to build a new facility. She and Prince William head to New York City in about a week.
Need an impressive dish or drink to bring to Thanksgiving? Try these simple tricks for gussying up store-bought cheese, apple cider and pies.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall discuss the National Retail Federation Survey that reveals Elsa is the top girls’ gift this holiday season. Monster High and American Girl dolls are also high on the list.
While waiting for the tube in London, two men were captured on camera entertaining onlookers by pretending to be play an intense round of pingpong underground.
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