Radio talk show host Elvis Duran introduces the first singer-songwriter signed to Katy Perry’s new record label as his artist of the month. Ferras sings “Sing in Tongues” off his self-titled EP.
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the romantic comedy “Runway Bride,” TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford tests viewers’ knowledge of wedding trivia in a lively edition of “Who Knew?”
If you don’t have time to go to the hair salon, tech start-up StyleBee helps you order a stylist to your location. WSJ’s Deborah Kan talks to CEO Anna Santeramo about the nexus of high-tech and high-end hair fashion.
Kelsey Banfield, “The Naptime Chef,” joins TODAY with some great no-cook recipes so that you don’t have to heat up the kitchen during the hot summer weather.
HitFix caught up with Dan Mintz and John Roberts to chat about the upcoming season of "Bob's Burgers" and who we can expect to guest star.
TODAY’s financial editor Jean Chatzky tests Tamron Hall and Al Roker on their financial knowledge, asking if a person who’s getting married for the second time should open a joint account with a new spouse.
HitFix spoke with Larry Murphy about possible love interests this season for Teddy.
In northern Washington, a biological research team called Conservation Canines analyzes whale waste to study the condition of the giant mammals, using service dogs like Tucker to sniff out the stuff.
From vintage bohemian to preppy casual, Orly Shani, designer and creator for TuckandWes.com, helps KLG and Hoda figure out their style personalities and the perfect outfits to match.
Jimmy talks to Vin Diesel about his panhandling street performer past as they chat about his Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
In Trending in Asia, netizens are searching for the new 50 Shades of Grey trailer, China’s first case of bubonic plague and a Kazakh volleyballer who’s gone viral for her looks. WSJ’s Diana Jou talks to Google’s Joyce Hau about what's trending in search.
Yahoo Travel’s Laura Begley Bloom joins TODAY to offer suggestions for hitting the road with your significant other, friends, or the kids, before they head back to school.
Twitter is taking a victory lap down Wall Street. The micromessaging service reported a smaller-than-expected net loss Tuesday as its second-quarter revenue climbed to $312 million. Photo: Getty
You may know how to swim, but do you really know how to keep yourself alive in the water? WSJ's Juhi Desai finds out what the essential skills are to stay safe in and around the water. Photo: Sara Kinney for The Wall Street Journal
Kristin and Jessica are in the kitchen making cheesecake treats on National Cheesecake Day!
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