Chris Witherspoon of TheGrio.com gives Kathie Lee and Hoda an update on the Hollywood buzz, such as a fan who grabbed Tim McGraw while performing and details surrounding Adam Levine’s weekend wedding.
TODAY nutritionist Joy Bauer introduces Kathie Lee and Hoda to two new Joy Fit Club members who dropped more than 100 pounds each through diet, exercise and determination.
Kathie Lee and Hoda take a look at the short “Fifty Shades of Grey” tease Beyonce posted on her Instagram account and admit they are confused by it, calling it a bit weird.
Kathie Lee and Hoda meet Carrie Hinton, who watches the ladies everyday along with her dog, Max, who apparently is a big fan of Blake and Bambino.
Pamela Eyring, president of the Protocol School of Washington, offers some cellphone etiquette tips, such as responding to texts within 24 hours and keeping voicemails short.
One year ago, the world waited for the arrival of Prince William and Duchess Kate’s firstborn. In honor of the little prince’s first birthday, we check in on what he’s gotten up to during his first year on this green earth.
Actor John Benjamin Hickey stars in the new WGN series “Manhattan,” in which his character leads a team of scientists who try to build the world’s first atomic bomb. He says it’s fascinating to shoot the film on a 10-acre set.
Gymnast Kacy Catanzaro showed the world just how strong she is by making it to the finals of the TV show “American Ninja Warrior" and and says that if she wins the $500K prize, she will help her family and start a business.
Starting Monday, the TSA is more than doubling the security fee added to every airline ticket.
The chain of camps is boosting girls’ self-esteem through traditionally male activities, like carpentry and welding, encouraging them to reach new heights. NBC news special anchor Maria Shriver reports.
Among luxury places to stay, Four Seasons hotels have the highest rate of guest satisfaction in a newly released list from J.D. Power and Associates.
The competition, not for the faint of heart, has timed obstacles requiring real athletic ability. People from all walks of life are finding their inner Spartan through the race. TODAY’s Jenna Wolfe reports.
The film remained top banana at the box office over the weekend. “The Purge: Anarchy” was second.
Research shows a 33 percent drop in the HIV diagnosis rate from 2002 to 2011.
In TODAY’s Take, Natalie Morales and Al Roker discuss a poll that reveals that one of the top qualities people look for in their doctor is a good bedside manner. “I’m one of those people,” said Natalie.
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