The late singer’s friend and producer announces visits TODAY to announce the upcoming release of her first-ever live album, coming out in November. “She was, in her time, the greatest singer,” Davis said.
Actress Debra Messing is putting on her detective hat and chasing down bad guys in the new NBC show “The Mysteries of Laura.” She tells KLG and Hoda that she still gets giddy and nervous on premiere nights for new shows.
Police say they have started looking for a man they believe may have been the last person seen with missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. NBC’s Craig Melvin reports.
In response to the various responses by the NFL over recent arrests of its players on domestic violence charges, New York Daily News columnist Mike Lupica says it appears administrators are “making up rules of the league on cocktail napkins.”
Kathie Lee and Hoda, along with Joe Levy from Billboard, quiz fans on their knowledge of popular song lyrics.
Find out how the popular beverage company determines whether a fact is “Snappley” enough to live under a bottle cap.
While introducing video of a flute player in Denmark who had a butterfly land on her face during a concert, Natalie Morales confusedly interchanges the terms “flutist” and “flautist” to the amusement of her fellow anchors.
A company is developing a product that that could detect whether a text message signal is being sent from a car, enabling police to crack down on driving while texting.
The Justice Department says it has found no evidence that New Jersey Gov. Christ Christie knew in advance about last year’s lane closures on the George Washington Bridge.
Svitlana Sangary may be suspended after the California Bar ruled she added herself to celebrity photos and posted them to her website, implying she mingled with high-profile people.
A little boy runs across a crowded room and jumps into his mom’s arms during the return ceremony to mark her return from nine months in Afghanistan.
Kathie Lee and Hoda discuss Hulu's new original series, Hotwives
The celebrated comedian and author of the book "Still Foolin' ’Em" talks to TODAY’s Matt Lauer about the challenge of paying tribute to his late friend Robin Williams at the Emmy Awards, and describes the role his wife has played in his career.
The frontman of Maroon 5 talks about the new season of “The Voice” with new coaches Gwen Stefani and Pharrell. He says the show has become a vital resource for artists looking to generate buzz about their music.
The daughter of late comedian Joan Rivers will open up about the life of her legendary mother in the episode of “Fashion Police” airing Sept. 19.
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