J. Alexander, a.k.a. Miss J of “America’s Next Top Model” and podiatrist Hillary Brenner join TODAY for Tamron’s Tuesday Trend, to demonstrate how to walk in sky-high shoes, and to offer heel health tips.
The “American Idol” winner talks about his new album and tour, and reveals an unusual request made by a Canadian film crew, who asked him to perform some tunes in a bathroom.
Mackenzie Bart joins TODAY, along with her puppet Roxy to show off her impressive ventriloquist act that we first saw during the Miss America pageant Sunday. “I look good, don’t I?” said Roxy.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Al Roker, and Tamron Hall check out some of the top items from the newly released Toys “R” Us list of hot toys for the season, including a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figure.
Jordan Belfort, whose memoir inspired the Leonardo DiCaprio film, sits down with Willie Geist in New York, where he was promoting a speaking tour on – believe it or not – business ethics.
The Huffington Post has compiled a list of bathroom etiquette guidelines, including not pushing the flush handle with your foot.
President Obama is turning to the U.S. military for help in fighting Ebola. He’s traveling to the Centers for Disease Control Tuesday for a briefing on the outbreak. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
Carson Daly finally convinces Al Roker to play one of our favorite games,“Versus,” where our Al faces off against other famous people named Al from pop culture.
Carson Daly introduces us to the man behind the @DrawnyourTweet, Scott Weston. Send in your favorite tweet ideas to #OrangeRoom and he’ll illustrate them!
The question will go before voters there on Thursday, and according to polls, the answer is too close to call. Will the nation remain loyal to the crown, or go its own way? NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reports.
Carson chats with the “Late Night with Seth Myers” host who explains how he ended up with a broken nose while hanging out with friends during their fantasy football draft.
The New Jersey casino closed its doors for good on Tuesday. Competition from legalized gambling in neighboring states has hit Atlantic City hard.
Police are asking for the public’s help in tracking down the gunman or gunmen who opened fire on two state troopers Friday, leaving one dead. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.
Carson Daly tours the Studio 1A control room where he chats with executive producer Don Nash, who, along with his team, puts together four hours of the TODAY show every morning.
An alarming new study by Safe Kids Worldwide shows that one in five parents of young children admit they don’t always enforce the rules when carpooling.
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